Commit 57826f34 authored by Yaroslav Gevorkov's avatar Yaroslav Gevorkov
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fix pinkIndexer documentation

parent b5de2753
......@@ -448,8 +448,8 @@ These set low-level parameters for the XGANDALF indexing algorithm.
.IP \fB--pinkIndexer-multi=\fIn\fR
.IP \fB--pinkIndexer-thread-count=\fIn\fR
.IP \fB--pinkIndexer-no-check-indexed=\fIn\fR
.IP \fB--pinkIndexer-override-photon-energy=\fIn\fR
.IP \fB--pinkIndexer-override-bandwidth=\fIn\fR
.IP \fB--pinkIndexer-override-photon-energy=\fIn\fR
.IP \fB--pinkIndexer-override-visible-energy-range=\fImin-max\fR
.PD
......@@ -473,9 +473,9 @@ These set low-level parameters for the PinkIndexer indexing algorithm.
.IP
\fB--pinkIndexer-no-check-indexed\fR Leave the check whether a pattern is indexed completely to CrystFEL. Useful for monochromatic (since CrystFEL's prediction model is smarter than the one of pinkIndexer) or in combnation with --no-check-peaks for geometry optimization. This flag is meant to eventually disappear, when the full pink pipeline is implemented.
.IP
\fB--pinkIndexer-override-photon-energy=\fIn\fR Overrides the bandwidth in (delta energy)/(mean energy) to use for indexing (which usually is difined in the geometry file). Should be used together with \fB--pinkIndexer-override-bandwidth=\fIn\fR
\fB--pinkIndexer-override-bandwidth=\fIn\fR Overrides the bandwidth in (delta energy)/(mean energy) to use for indexing (which usually is defined in the geometry file). Should be used together with \fB--pinkIndexer-override-photon-energy=\fIn\fR
.IP
\fB--pinkIndexer-override-bandwidth=\fIn\fR Overrides the mean energy in eV to use for indexing (which usually is difined in the geometry file). Should be used together with \fB--pinkIndexer-override-bandwidth=\fIn\fR
\fB--pinkIndexer-override-photon-energy=\fIn\fR Overrides the mean energy in eV to use for indexing (which usually is defined in the geometry file). Should be used together with \fB--pinkIndexer-override-bandwidth=\fIn\fR
.IP
\fB--pinkIndexer-override-visible-energy-range=\fImin-max\fR Overrides photon energy and bandwidth according to a range of energies that have high enough intensity to produce visible Bragg spots on the detector. min and max range borders are separated by a minus sign (no whitespace).
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