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Current page / Save correlation as image #54
Export works, curve and axes look nice.
However, in the 08.0-1alpha PyCorrFit version the legend is placed on top of the parameter values. Maybe the legend could be placed above the plot and the parameters inside the plot area. The same for exported trace view, where the legend could be placed above and the average intensities listed within the plot area.
The list of varied parameters is useful, I think the errors are less important. Instead I would like to see also the fixed parameters.
In my Windows 7 the "tau" is exported as a little square. Do I have the wrong font settings?
The "tau" = square error is a unicode probelm in Windows. You need to install MiKTeX (http://miktex.org/) and go to "Preferences->Use Latex". It is important to install MiKTeX with automatic package download (there is a small checkbox somewhere during install). Creating the first plot then takes a while because some packages are downloaded in the background. Then everything should work fine.
fixed. Latex plot looks beautiful. Very nice.
In contrast to png, in the Latex version there are no errors listed. Ideally PyCorrFit would always generate a plot where all parameters of the box "Model Parameters" (old "Fit parameters") are listed from which the varied ones have an error of the type "x ± err" and the fixed ones have none "x".
This Latex stuff is publication quality, I am impressed.
A really small comment to the commands of the "Current page" menu:
It says "Save correlation as image"
Precise would be "Save correlation function as image"
Shorter but still consistent would be "Save correlation as image"