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list_command [2016/10/26 17:16]
johnsoevans created
list_command [2016/10/26 17:35]
johnsoevans
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 ====== List #list Command ====== ====== List #list Command ======
  
-#list is a new feature in v6.  It's super-useful for running multiple refinements on different data sets or running multiple models against a single data set.  ​Somethings ​you can do are below.+#list is a new feature in v6.  It's super-useful for running multiple refinements on different data sets or running multiple models against a single data set.  ​Some things ​you can do are below. ​ There are lots more!
  
 Typical syntax is: Typical syntax is:
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 prm pa = pa_val(Run_Number);</​code>​ prm pa = pa_val(Run_Number);</​code>​
  
-By default ​the results aren't written to the INP file.  This can be changed with the lines below, where inp_filename.inp is the name of your INP file.  Note that out_file uses a "​string equation"​. ​ The "​Backup_INP"​ macro creates a backup of your input file.  This is useful as if you mess up with #list you can write a blank .inp file (essentially deleting your .inp).+By default ​refinement ​results aren't written to the INP file.  This can be changed with the lines below, where inp_filename.inp is the name of your INP file.  Note that out_file uses a "​string equation"​. ​ The "​Backup_INP"​ macro creates a backup of your input file.  This is useful as if you mess up with #list you can write a blank .inp file (essentially deleting your .inp).
  
 <code topas>​Backup_INP <code topas>​Backup_INP
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    } </​code>​    } </​code>​
  
-You can easily automate refinements using the #list command and string equations. ​ Just give the filenames in the #list command and use something like "​xdd ​ filename(Run_Number)"​. ​ You can add experimental information like time/​temperature/​etc in the #list command.+You can easily automate refinements using the #list command and [[string_equations|string equations]].  Just give the filenames in the #list command and use something like "​xdd ​ filename(Run_Number)"​. ​ You can add experimental information like time/​temperature/​etc in the #list command.
  

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