Hi Hiroyuki,
I done a small interface to Larch to work with a lot of files
http://soonready.github.io/PrestoPronto/
It is not nice as Athena and it has not all its possibility but if you are
used to  Athena  you should not get lost (the name of parameter is the same
).
It is not fast how it should be but give a try, maybe could be useful
Carmelo


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>    2. Re: How to use Larch as backend for Athena and Artemis on
>       Windows (ASAKURA, Hiroyuki)
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> Date: Wed, 16 Aug 2017 13:17:13 -0400
> From: Bruce Ravel <bra...@bnl.gov>
> To: XAFS Analysis using Ifeffit <ifeffit@millenia.cars.aps.anl.gov>
> Subject: Re: [Ifeffit] How to use Larch as backend for Athena and
>         Artemis on Windows
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> Hi Hiroyuki,
>
> Sorry I didn't respond yesterday.  Yesterday was a bit of crazy day...
>
> I suppose that this is still a work in progress.  I believe that Demeter
> works with Larch on Windows, but it is certainly not as easy or
> convenient yet as it should be.
>
> In the place where Demeter got installed on your computer, there is a
> folder called \perl\site\bin -- you can look at the properties of the
> Athena desktop icon to see where that is.  In that folder is the
> "dathena.bat" file which the Athena desktop icon points at.
>
> You should also find a file called "lathena.bat".  Try running that or
> pointing your desktop icon at it instead.
>
> The difference between "lathena.bat" and "dathena.bat" is line 25 that
> sets an environment variable that Demeter uses to decide which of
> ifeffit or larch to use.
>
> Obviously, there are number of other ways to get this environment
> variable set.  The bottom line is, yes, there is a switch.  The switch
> is the DEMETER_BACKEND environment variable.
>
> Unfortunately, that switch cannot be in the configuration files,
> although what you tired in item 2 of your email was a sensible guess.
> It turns out that the choice of larch/ifeffit has to made long before
> the configuration files are read.
>
> Do let me know how you get on.  While Demeter + larch should work, there
> are still almost certainly problems.  I need to get a new version of the
> Demeter installer out soon, so it would be nice to get some feedback in
> this area.
>
> As for using Demeter + larch + 100s of file -- it should work after a
> fashion.  But I worry that Athena's performance might not be what you
> are hoping for.  Athena does a lot of things that are more user-friendly
> than performance-friendly....
>
>
> Cheers,
> B
>
>
> On 08/15/2017 06:10 AM, ASAKURA, Hiroyuki wrote:
> > Dear all,
> >
> > I would like to use the latest Larch as backend for Athena and Artemis
> > on Windows to handle hundreds of XAS data (, hopefully).
> > But, I'm stuck. I would appreciate any comments and suggestions.
> >
> > Matt announced it is now possible on this list, but I still cannot do it
> > on Windows.
> >
> > [Ifeffit] Larch 0.9.33
> > http://millenia.cars.aps.anl.gov/pipermail/ifeffit/2017-
> April/009091.html
> >
> >> The "server mode" for Athena and Artemis now works on all platforms and
> I
> >> strongly encourage everyone to use this over the ifeffit back end.
> >
> > Here is what I did.
> >
> > Environment:
> > Windows 10 Pro (Japanese)
> > Demeter 0.9.25 (via official website)
> > Python 3.6 (official distribution)
> >
> > 1. Installation of the latest Larch
> >
> >> git clone https://github.com/xraypy/xraylarch.git (sha1:
> >> 5a372cfe1368a8ac10c2ebfc5bef4e9a9a325f6d)
> >> cd xraylarch
> >> python setup.py install
> > # Some dependency related to XRD is not fulfilled.
> >
> > 2. Start Larch server
> >
> >> cd %LOCALAPPDATA%\Programs\Python\Python36\Scripts
> >> python larch_server start
> > larch_server port=4966: started
> >
> > I found a parameter of peakfit backend in demeter.ini and changed to
> > larch, but did not work (as expected).
> >
> > In the dathena.log, Athena still uses ifeffit as backend.
> >
> >> perl version: v5.18.2
> >> backend: ifeffit
> >
> > Should I compile Demeter package by myself to use the Larch backend?
> > Or, is there any "switch" to use Larch?
> >
> > Thanks in advance,
> >
> > ASAKURA, Hiroyuki
> >
> >
>
>
> --
>   Bruce Ravel  ------------------------------------ bra...@bnl.gov
>
>   National Institute of Standards and Technology
>   Synchrotron Science Group at NSLS-II
>   Building 743, Room 114
>   Upton NY, 11973
>
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>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 2
> Date: Thu, 17 Aug 2017 18:21:51 +0900
> From: "ASAKURA, Hiroyuki" <asak...@moleng.kyoto-u.ac.jp>
> To: ifeffit@millenia.cars.aps.anl.gov
> Subject: Re: [Ifeffit] How to use Larch as backend for Athena and
>         Artemis on Windows
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>         <2d60a548-06bf-5cdf-02f7-154ab0399...@moleng.kyoto-u.ac.jp>
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>
> Dear Bruce,
>
> I do appreciate your prompt response!
>
> Now, I managed to run Athena with Larch backend on Windows 10 and handle
> about 100 XAS data at once.
> Athena with Ifeffit backend stalls when handling about 40 XAS spectra at
> least in my case.
> Unfortunately, there seems to be a bit severe performance issue with a
> large number of spectra, as noted.
>
> Here is what I did.
>
> 0. Install an official Git package
> 1-1. Download "64-bit Git for Windows Setup" via
> https://git-scm.com/download/win
> 1-2. Install Git with default options except for "Use Git from the
> Windows Command Prompt" and "Use Windows' default console window"
> Note: You can use any options you want.
>
> 1. Install an official Demeter package
> 1-1. Download "Demeter 0.9.25 (32 bit)" via https://bruceravel.github.io/
> demeter/
> 1-2. Install Demeter with default options
> Note: I cannot run 64 bit version with Larch.
>
> 2. Install an official Python package
> 2-1. Download "Windows x86-64 web-based installer" via
> https://www.python.org/downloads/release/python-362/
> 2-2. Custom Install Python with default options except for "Add Python
> 3.6 to PATH" (checked)
>
> 3. Install unofficial Numpy and Scipy, Python libraries
> 3-1. Download numpy?1.13.1+mkl?cp36?cp36m?win_amd64.whl and
> scipy?0.19.1?cp36?cp36m?win_amd64.whl via http://www.lfd.uci.edu/~
> gohlke/pythonlibs/
> 3-2. pip install numpy-1.13.1+mkl-cp36-cp36m-win_amd64.whl
> 3-3. pip install scipy?0.19.1?cp36?cp36m?win_amd64.whl
>
> 4. Install Larch and its dependencies
> 4-1. Start a command prompt
> 4-2. git clone https://github.com/xraypy/xraylarch.git
> 4-3. cd xraylarch
> 4-4. pip install lmfit
> 4-5. pip install h5py
> 4-6. pip install pillow
> 4-7. pip install requests
> 4-8. pip install sqlalchemy
> 4-9. pip install matplotlib
> 4-10. pip install pypiwin32
> 4-11. pip install wxpython
> 4-12. pip install wxmplot
> 4-13. pip install wxutils
> 4-14. python setup.py install
> 4-15. larch --version
> 4-16. You will see "larch command-line version 0.2".
> Note: I installed Larch dependencies except for pyFAI, CifFile, fabio,
> tomopy, scikit-image.
>
> 5. Run Larch and Athena with Larch
> 5-1. Start a new command prompt
> 5-2. larch -rc
> 5-3. Start another new command prompt
> 5-4.cd %APPDATA%\DemeterPerl\perl\site\bin
> 5-5. lathena.bat
>
> It works.
> Athena is the most user-friendly XAS processing tool I have used.
>
> Thanks so much!
>
> Best regards,
>
> ASAKURA, Hiroyuki
>
>
> On 2017/08/17 2:17, Bruce Ravel wrote:
> >
> > Hi Hiroyuki,
> >
> > Sorry I didn't respond yesterday.  Yesterday was a bit of crazy day...
> >
> > I suppose that this is still a work in progress.  I believe that Demeter
> works with Larch on Windows, but it is certainly not as easy or convenient
> yet as it should be.
> >
> > In the place where Demeter got installed on your computer, there is a
> folder called \perl\site\bin -- you can look at the properties of the
> Athena desktop icon to see where that is.  In that folder is the
> "dathena.bat" file which the Athena desktop icon points at.
> >
> > You should also find a file called "lathena.bat".  Try running that or
> pointing your desktop icon at it instead.
> >
> > The difference between "lathena.bat" and "dathena.bat" is line 25 that
> sets an environment variable that Demeter uses to decide which of ifeffit
> or larch to use.
> >
> > Obviously, there are number of other ways to get this environment
> variable set.  The bottom line is, yes, there is a switch.  The switch is
> the DEMETER_BACKEND environment variable.
> >
> > Unfortunately, that switch cannot be in the configuration files,
> although what you tired in item 2 of your email was a sensible guess. It
> turns out that the choice of larch/ifeffit has to made long before the
> configuration files are read.
> >
> > Do let me know how you get on.  While Demeter + larch should work, there
> are still almost certainly problems.  I need to get a new version of the
> Demeter installer out soon, so it would be nice to get some feedback in
> this area.
> >
> > As for using Demeter + larch + 100s of file -- it should work after a
> fashion.  But I worry that Athena's performance might not be what you are
> hoping for.  Athena does a lot of things that are more user-friendly than
> performance-friendly....
> >
> >
> > Cheers,
> > B
> >
> >
> > On 08/15/2017 06:10 AM, ASAKURA, Hiroyuki wrote:
> >> Dear all,
> >>
> >> I would like to use the latest Larch as backend for Athena and Artemis
> on Windows to handle hundreds of XAS data (, hopefully).
> >> But, I'm stuck. I would appreciate any comments and suggestions.
> >>
> >> Matt announced it is now possible on this list, but I still cannot do
> it on Windows.
> >>
> >> [Ifeffit] Larch 0.9.33
> >> http://millenia.cars.aps.anl.gov/pipermail/ifeffit/2017-
> April/009091.html
> >>
> >>> The "server mode" for Athena and Artemis now works on all platforms
> and I
> >>> strongly encourage everyone to use this over the ifeffit back end.
> >>
> >> Here is what I did.
> >>
> >> Environment:
> >> Windows 10 Pro (Japanese)
> >> Demeter 0.9.25 (via official website)
> >> Python 3.6 (official distribution)
> >>
> >> 1. Installation of the latest Larch
> >>
> >>> git clone https://github.com/xraypy/xraylarch.git (sha1:
> 5a372cfe1368a8ac10c2ebfc5bef4e9a9a325f6d)
> >>> cd xraylarch
> >>> python setup.py install
> >> # Some dependency related to XRD is not fulfilled.
> >>
> >> 2. Start Larch server
> >>
> >>> cd %LOCALAPPDATA%\Programs\Python\Python36\Scripts
> >>> python larch_server start
> >> larch_server port=4966: started
> >>
> >> I found a parameter of peakfit backend in demeter.ini and changed to
> larch, but did not work (as expected).
> >>
> >> In the dathena.log, Athena still uses ifeffit as backend.
> >>
> >>> perl version: v5.18.2
> >>> backend: ifeffit
> >>
> >> Should I compile Demeter package by myself to use the Larch backend?
> >> Or, is there any "switch" to use Larch?
> >>
> >> Thanks in advance,
> >>
> >> ASAKURA, Hiroyuki
> >>
> >>
> >
> >
>
> --
> ASAKURA, Hiroyuki (Ph.D)
> Program-Specific Assistant Professor (ESICB)
> T. Tanaka Lab., ESICB, Kyoto University, Japan
> asak...@moleng.kyoto-u.ac.jp
> http://www.moleng.kyoto-u.ac.jp/~moleng_04/asakura/
>
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