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  • Modified ticket #1 on QSoas

    Version 2.2 failed to build with libgsl > 2

  • Posted a comment on ticket #1 on QSoas

    I've just released the source code of version 2.2.0, which fixes this problem.

  • Posted a comment on ticket #1 on QSoas

    Thanks for spotting this issue. Indeed, that is the only thing that need to be modified. I'm releasing an updated tarball as soon as the overnight build is over. Kind regards, Vincent

  • Posted a comment on discussion General Discussion on QSoas

    This just means you need a script ! I'm unsure what you want exactly, but try making a load-data.cmds containing this: l ${1} /columns=1,4 auto-filter-fft apply-formula x-=0.1 s ${1}.cleaned.dat /overwrite=true (just loading, filtering, subtracting 100 mV, and saving again) And run on your file using the following command: QSoas> @ load-data.cmds SWV_filename.csv If that does what you want,yYou can run that on all your data files at once using: QSoas> run-for-each load-data.cmds *.csv QSoas was built...

  • Posted a comment on discussion General Discussion on QSoas

    Hi ! In principle, yes. Have you had a look at the FAQ -- http://bip.cnrs-mrs.fr/bip06/qsoas/faq.html ? Could you post the data here, that we can help you ? BTW, don't use SOAS's doc for QSoas, the new documentation is found there: http://bip.cnrs-mrs.fr/bip06/qsoas/manual.html Best, Vincent

  • Posted a comment on discussion General Discussion on QSoas

    Hi. For fits, the potential should be in volts (SI unit), but this is not the main problem. QSoas just does not provide models for diffusive cyclic voltammetry, so you can't fit that (besides, there's nothing catalytic in the data you sent). However, you still can efficiently extract the peak information by running the command echem-peaks, see attached image.

  • Posted a comment on discussion General Discussion on QSoas

    Mmmmm... As far as I understand, the error message can safely be ignored, and you should get a working QSoas package even in the absence of the gdb package. Do you still have around the (long) command-line that leads to this error message ? Have you checked the presence of the QSoas executable ? Cheers !

  • Posted a comment on discussion General Discussion on ctioga2

    Hey, I've looked into that further, and into the PDF spec. I'm unsure what to do. Clearly, my fix is wrong, and give very bad results in other cases. The problem is that ctioga2 is asking to the PDF viewer to fill a complicated shape that contains a 0-width rectangle, which most viewers chose to render as a very thin line (but some do not). I'm reverting the fix for now, I'll have to come up with another way of doing that, involving fill each bar separately. Hmm...

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