Matt is correct. The graphics in Larch are much better than the graphics in the old version of ifeffit.
I may go back to using the command line. Jeff On Mar 26, 2013, at 6:12 PM, Matt Newville <newvi...@cars.uchicago.edu> wrote: > > > The poor quality of the graphics in the older versions of Ifeffit / > Horae was always been a disappointment to me. It's certainly > reasonable to say that exporting to another program is necessary, but > I believe the latest versions should and do have much higher quality > graphics. Larch certainly has much better graphics than Ifeffit. > See for example: > > http://xraypy.github.com/xraylarch/xafs/xafsft.html#examples-forward-xafs-fourier-transforms > > In the on-line docs, the graphics may look mediocre because they are > scaled, but if you click on them you will see the PNG file created > directly by saving the image from the Plot window (or cut with Ctrl-C > and pasted directly into presentation software). Another example > (from the feffit chapter): > http://xraypy.github.com/xraylarch/_images/feffit_feo_r.png > > shows the Greek characters and mathematical rendering, generated using > latex notation. Depending on what you need, these may publication > quality graphs,and they can be copied directly from the Plotting > windows into other applications (for example, Ctrl-C to copy to > clipboard works). The axis labels (plain text or latex), colors, > symbols, line widths, and so on can be adjusted from a Plot > Configuration window after the plot is drawn, see > > http://xraypy.github.com/xraylarch/plotting/index.html#interactive-use-of-the-plot-windows > > There are many things that cannot be done simply with these plots > (figure-in-figure, complex stacking), but in principle, Larch can be > used to generate any of the kinds of plots available from the > matplotlib library, see > http://matplotlib.org/gallery.html > _______________________________________________ Ifeffit mailing list Ifeffit@millenia.cars.aps.anl.gov http://millenia.cars.aps.anl.gov/mailman/listinfo/ifeffit