Re: conf() chatter

From: Manfred Hanke <Manfred.Hanke_at_email.domain.hidden>
Date: Thu, 01 Nov 2007 16:52:01 +0100

> Is there a way to put the conf() function in non-verbose mode?  Screen out the
> comments about improved fits found, conf limits not converging, etc.?

Probably you can use
                      Fit_Verbose = -1;

ISIS-manual, p. 157:
"The intrinsic variable Fit_Verbose controls the amount of information 
printed to the screen during the fit iterations. In verbose mode 
(Fit_Verbose>0), the fit routine prints out the values of the variable 
parameters at each iteration along with the current \chi^2 value and 
convergence tolerance. In silent mode (Fit_Verbose<0), only fatal error 
messages are printed. The default verbose level is Fit Verbose=0."

Consider also fit_verbose_info_hook (p. 179/180).



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