[Ifeffit] generating high res figures

2013-03-26 Thread Eva Vanamee
Hi, I'm in the happy stages of making figures. I'd like to know how to change figure legends, make high resolution figures from a fit, etc. For instance: I saved the session file. Can I go back to a particular fit to make a figure or do I need to rerun it? Can I change the figure legends? I

Re: [Ifeffit] generating high res figures

2013-03-26 Thread Jason Gaudet
And to do this, use the Artemis Plot dialog box to generate the chart you want (e.g. the data and fit in magnitude R-space), click the Save Next Plot to File button at the very bottom of the dialog box, and click the correct plot button at the top (e.g. R). This lets you save the plot as an ASCII

Re: [Ifeffit] generating high res figures

2013-03-26 Thread Christopher Patridge
Eva, I don't how flexible would consider exporting the fits you have completed and using a plotting software (Excel, Origin, Qplot, sigmaplot, Igor) to generate the number of adjustments you require. Chris Christopher J. Patridge, PhD NRC Post Doctoral

Re: [Ifeffit] generating high res figures

2013-03-26 Thread Ravel, Bruce
As others said, it is not my intention that AA be used for publication quality plots, although part of the motivation to make Demeter, as compared to the earlier version, was not make prettier plots. I, in fact, use screen captures of the plot window regularly in presentations and posters.

[Ifeffit] Possible bug in atoms files generation by Artemis

2013-03-26 Thread Devender
Hi, I ran updater for Demeter 0.9.15. I was using Artemis to calculate paths for Bi L3 in Bi2Te3. I saw now the option of using both (FEFF 6 and FEFF 8 style) for atoms. Previously, I was using only available option of FEFF6 style. When I tried to run atoms selecting FEFF 8, it generated atoms

[Ifeffit] plotting

2013-03-26 Thread Eva Vanamee
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Re: [Ifeffit] plotting

2013-03-26 Thread Bare, Simon R
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Re: [Ifeffit] plotting

2013-03-26 Thread Jason Gaudet
This list of alternatives is pretty near exhaustive: http://alternativeto.net/software/originlab/ Although I personally use Origin. On Tue, Mar 26, 2013 at 5:07 PM, Scott Calvin scal...@sarahlawrence.eduwrote: Hi Eva, Personally, I'm pretty happy with Pro Fit. It's a commercial product

Re: [Ifeffit] plotting

2013-03-26 Thread Jeff Terry
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Re: [Ifeffit] plotting

2013-03-26 Thread Matt Newville
Hi, Sorry for coming in late in this conversation. I won't disagree that Origin or Igor Pro can be used to make lovely publication-quality graphics -- those are fine choices. The poor quality of the graphics in the older versions of Ifeffit / Horae was always been a disappointment to me. It's

Re: [Ifeffit] plotting

2013-03-26 Thread Jeff Terry
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

Re: [Ifeffit] Possible bug in atoms files generation by Artemis

2013-03-26 Thread Matt Newville
Hi Matthew, On Tue, 26 Mar 2013, Matthew Marcus wrote: Just to put my bit in, I believe that the most significant advantage of higher FEFF versions for EXAFS analysis is that it results in more reasonable values for E0 for high-Z elements. I forget whether the issue is high-Z scatterer or