Re: modeling question

From: Michael Nowak <mnowak_at_email.domain.hidden>
Date: Tue, 28 Jul 2009 12:50:28 -0400
On Jul 28, 2009, at 12:42 PM, Herbert Pablo wrote:

> I believe I have a more difficult question today than yesterday, but  
> maybe I'm
> wrong. What I am trying to do is fit the continuum on my spectrum  
> using
> fit_fun. That works just fine, but now I would like to subtract off  
> this
> continuum. I don't necessarily need isis for this part, but to  
> subtract I have
> to be able to grab wavelength vs. counts from the model and I can't  
> figure out
> how to do this. Isis can plot this model so that information must  
> exist
> somewhere, but everything i've  looked for just leads me back to  
> saving the
> parameters for the model. While this is normally sufficient it  
> doesn't help
> with what I'm currently working on. Any thoughts?

A little more detail, please.  Do you want to do this for a plot?  Or  
do you want to do this to then manipulate data? There are a variety of  


etc.  that will probably come in handy.  You can then start redefining  


(But you'd probably want to redefine the statistics.)  There are other  
games we can play, too, with defining the model_counts, say, to be a  
background file. But I think I'd need a little more detail on what you  
are trying to do.


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