Thanks for your response, Bruce. I'll be sure and be more careful next time
when I post, and will send a project file with a couple of examples for
bugfix purposes ASAP.
As a workaround, it turns out that saving the offending groups from within
Athena itself (e.g., as mu in some cases, or as norm in others, don't think
it matters much), and re-importing the data as a new group fixed the
problems I was having with data in old projects behaving strangely or
crashing the program.
On Mon, Oct 17, 2016 at 5:54 AM, Bruce Ravel <bra...@bnl.gov> wrote:
> Read these:
> You "question" isn't one that I can realistically answer. I have no idea
> what the problem is and you have not provided enough information to
> replicate your problem on my own computer. I can only give a good answer
> when asked a good question.
> On 10/15/2016 04:06 PM, Mike Massey wrote:
>> Hi everyone,
>> Apologies if this has been covered before, I'm just getting around to
>> upgrading to Demeter. I have a bunch of old project files with a
>> mishmash of data from different sources, and I'm having trouble
>> getting them to work fully with the new software.
>> Any group with a data type of "xmu" (energy space) seems to work as
>> expected, but any group with a data type of "norm" (normalized data)
>> doesn't seem to work properly when it comes to spline or post-edge
>> background subtraction (which is handy if I want to do LCF, for
>> example). Is this a bug or a feature? Has anybody yet developed a
>> Any thoughts or advice would be greatly appreciated. The ultimate
>> workaround is to use different data, but I'd like to use existing
>> projects if possible (saves a lot of time and brain damage).
>> Cheers, and thanks!
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