On 05/01/2019 10:57 PM, Matt Newville wrote:
> Larch (and the lmfit library it uses) and the XAS Viewer GUI are all 
> supported. Peak-fitting of XANES is one feature which I am confident to 
> say is definitely better than Athena. I'm willing to take 100% of the 
> blame for this, but peak-fitting does not work well in Athena.

That's not necessary, Matt.  I have said before on this mailing list and 
elsewhere that peak fitting is a very weak part of Athena.  While it is 
true that Ifeffit's capabilities in this area were limited, Athena's 
implementation was poor.

I completely agree that XAS Viewer would be a better choice for this task.


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