This has been fixed and pushed to the head of the GitHub repository. The fix will be included in the next Windows installer.


B


On 08/29/2016 09:55 AM, Bruce Ravel wrote:

Victor,

You are correct.  That is shockingly broken.  I'll let you know when and
how it gets fixed.

B

On 08/28/2016 04:20 AM, Victor Streltsov wrote:
Hi Bruce,



Epsilon(k) input “A user specified values for measurement uncertainty”
in Artemis does not change the default value determined by Ifeffit.

It assumes that input is a value of 0. I’ve tried the latest Artemis
versions for Windows and Linus and they both behave the same.



Best regards,

Victor Streltsov



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