## Neutron Scattering Data Analysis 1990: Invited and Contributed Papers from the Conference on Neutron Scattering Data Analysis Held at The Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Chilton, 14-16 March 1990 |

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It is quite easy to see how the entity being modelled "a one- dimensional

Unfortunately, because the structure of the code in GENIE- V2 does not model

the ...

It is quite easy to see how the entity being modelled "a one- dimensional

**histogram**" can be generalized to "a two-dimensional**histogram**" (see Figure 2).Unfortunately, because the structure of the code in GENIE- V2 does not model

the ...

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The obvious omissions from this list are types like "

spectrum." The type "Workspace" also implies that GENIE- V3 is modelling some

physical entity called a workspace which has not yet been mentioned. 5.2

Workspaces In ...

The obvious omissions from this list are types like "

**Histogram**" and "TOFspectrum." The type "Workspace" also implies that GENIE- V3 is modelling some

physical entity called a workspace which has not yet been mentioned. 5.2

Workspaces In ...

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The plot in Figure 5d is a

through the centre. It clearly shows that the two peaks are not the same height

and there are possible shoulders on their sides which may be physically

significant.

The plot in Figure 5d is a

**histogram**of the values in the data along the linethrough the centre. It clearly shows that the two peaks are not the same height

and there are possible shoulders on their sides which may be physically

significant.

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