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Oct 8, 2009 8:15:40 PM (11 years ago)
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prjemian
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more cross-references, formatting, & indices, refs #19

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  • 1dwg/trunk/doc/src/cansas1d_casestudy_collagen.xml

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    81816531 eV, X6B</programlisting> 
    8282        </para> 
    83         <para> But, the data can fulfill the minimum requirements of the 1D standard file formatand 
    84             also make an excellent example of a minimalcanSAS reduced 1-D SAS data file in XML. 
     83        <para> But, the data can fulfill the minimum requirements of the 1D standard file format and 
     84            also make an excellent example of a minimal canSAS reduced 1-D SAS data file in XML. 
    8585        </para> 
    8686    </section> 
     
    8989        <section> 
    9090            <title>make the basic XML file</title> 
    91             <para> It is easiest to copy a template rather than start from an empty file.Copy the 
     91            <para> It is easiest to copy a template rather than start from an empty file. Copy the 
    9292                    <link xlink:href="http://svn.smallangles.net/svn/canSAS/1dwg/trunk/cansas1d.xml"> 
    9393                    <citetitle>cansas1d.xml</citetitle> 
     
    9898            <title>modify collagen.xml</title> 
    9999            <para> It is easier to see the metadata in the XML file before you enter the SAXS data 
    100                 into the file. With the brief metadata available, most lines can be eliminated.This 
     100                into the file. With the brief metadata available, most lines can be eliminated. This 
    101101                will result in a file that looks like </para> 
    102102            <programlisting>&lt;?xml version="1.0"?> 
     
    143143        <section> 
    144144            <title>prepare the SAXS data</title> 
    145             <para> Microsoft Excel is used here to convert the table of SAXS data into therequired 
     145            <para> Microsoft Excel is used here to convert the table of SAXS data into the required 
    146146                lines of XML for the standard. Some may prefer to use a cell formula but here, we 
    147147                develop a bit of Excel Macro code to clarify our procedure. </para> 
     
    192192            <section> 
    193193                <title>construct the Idata lines in XML</title> 
    194                 <para> move to spreadsheet cell <emphasis role="bold">E5</emphasis> and enter this 
     194                <para> move to spreadsheet cell <literal>E5</literal> and enter this 
    195195                    formula <programlisting>=IDATA_tag(A5,$A$4,B5,$B$4,C5,$C$4)</programlisting> 
    196196                </para> 
    197197                <para> Copy it down all rows in column <emphasis role="bold">E</emphasis> through 
    198                     cell <emphasis role="bold">E335</emphasis> 
     198                    cell <literal>E335</literal> 
    199199                </para> 
    200                 <para> Select cells E5:E335 and copy to clipboard, then paste into <emphasis 
    201                         role="bold">collagen.xml</emphasis> document inside the <emphasis 
    202                         role="bold">SASdata</emphasis> element where you see the XML comment . 
     200                <para> Select cells E5:E335 and copy to clipboard, then paste into  
     201                    <literal>collagen.xml</literal> document inside the  
     202                    <literal>SASdata</literal> element where you see the XML comment. 
    203203                </para> 
    204204            </section> 
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