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Timestamp:
Jun 2, 2017 11:29:54 AM (5 years ago)
Author:
srkline
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moved dead time correction to before the solid angle correction, so that the dead time would be correcting counts, not counts per solid angle

added a routine to kill all of the waves and folders possible, if the overall DF kill failed. This is to prevent stray folders and waves from being present if different data files are loaded - since different data blocks are present for say, 3He data, data with temperature logging, etc.
This kill routine is used every time, before raw data is loaded, DIV or MASK loaded, or data is converted to WORK.

changed the "Save I(q)" button on the data display panel to save as ITX format, since the data has not been processed, and data can more easily be used for trimming input.

picking protocols in dialogs now excludes/includes appropriate waves

menus are consolidated

Fixed bug in SANS macros where the DRK[] item in the protocol could be null, and force the read of a DRK file, even if it was not desired.

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  • sans/Dev/trunk/NCNR_User_Procedures/Reduction/VSANS/V_IQ_Utilities.ipf

    r1039 r1042  
    814814// -- but a real writer will need to be aware of resolution, and there may be different forms 
    815815// 
     816// This saves the data in Igor Text format, an ASCII format, but NOT standard SANS columns 
     817// No concatenation is done. This is meant to be used for input to TRIM, or for general troubleshooting 
     818// 
     819// 
    816820// this will bypass save dialogs 
    817821// -- AND WILL OVERWRITE DATA WITH THE SAME NAME 
    818822// 
    819 Function V_Write1DData_NoConcat(pathStr,folderStr,saveName,binType) 
     823Function V_Write1DData_ITX(pathStr,folderStr,saveName,binType) 
    820824        String pathStr,folderStr,saveName 
    821825        Variable binType 
     
    985989 
    986990 
    987 Macro V_Load_Data_ITX() 
     991Proc V_Load_Data_ITX() 
    988992        V_Load_itx("","",0,0) 
    989993end 
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