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AMDIS Data Input

We welcome your contribution to our numerical databases and submission of your data. Here we describe the format of data files for AMDIS, which are preferable when we receive and include your data to our databases. But we do accept your data file even when your data does not follow the format.

1. General rule

AMDIS input data files consist of two types of file: a reference file where bibliographic information is described and a data file where numerical data are given.

Following are the general rules to be used in both files.

2. Reference file

2.1 Sample file

#
Author     AU    Zeijlmans van Emmichoven, P.A.$Bannister, M.E.
+$Gregory, D.C.$Havener, C.C.$Phaneuf, R.A.$Bell, E.W.
+$Guo, X.Q.$Thompson, J.S.$Sataka, M.
Title      TI    Electron-impact ionization of Si^6+` and Si^7+` ions
#
JnName     JNA   PRA
Volume     VI    47 
Page       IP    2888 
DateofPub  DP    1993
Comment    CM1

2.2 Details on items

3. Data file

3.1 Sample file

(1) Ionization cross section
Record-Number        RN      12345
Theory-or-Experiment TE      E
Method               TA      BC
Element              EL      Si
Ionic-STate          IST     +7
Initial-State        INS     Si +7
Initial-Ion-Conf     CI
Final-State          FIS     Si +8
Final-Ion-Conf       CF
Data-Producer        PD
Transition-Energy    EN      303.87
OSC.Strength         OS
Number-of-Datapoints ND      21
Org-E-EXP            SEE     1
Org-CS-EXP           CSS     A
Comment              CM      Test data by katomasa
Ref-ID               RI
#
Normalize-10-X       NRM10X  1
Normalize-10-Y       NRM10Y  -18
#
Data-Point-X         DTPNTX  200,298,323,347,372,386,396,421,
+445,470,494,519,544,593,642,740,789,888,986,1182,1363
Data-Point-Y         DTPNTY  0.019,0.004,0.127,0.298,0.355,
+0.397,0.500,0.522,0.662,0.642,0.756,0.781,0.826,0.860,0.877,
+0.917,0.878,0.952,0.890,0.821,0.812
#
Error-Range-X        ERRNGX
Error-Range-Y        ERRNGY  0.072,,0.047,,0.046,,0.033,,0.044,,
+0.065,,0.036,,0.045,,0.040,,0.037,,0.059,,0.067,,0.041,,0.067,,
+0.040,,0.055,,0.069,,0.056,,0.064,,0.057,,0.056,0.056
#
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(2) Excitation cross section

Record-Number        RN      12345
Theory-or-Experiment TE      E
Method               TA      BM
Element              EL      Ar
Ionic-STate          IST     +0
INitial-State        INS     3p^5`4s ^1`P\1`
FInal-State          FIS     3p^6` ^1`S
Data-Producer        PD
Transition-Energy    EN      11.83
OSC.Strength         OS
Number-of-Datapoints ND      40
Org-E-EXP            SEE     1
Org-CS-EXP           CSS     A
Comment              CM      The apparatus and an absolute
Ref-ID               RI
#
Normalize-10-X       NRM10X  0
Normalize-10-Y       NRM10Y  -18
#
Data-Point-X         DTPNTX 15,18,20,22,24,26,28,30,32,34,
+37,39,43,44,47,49,54,58,64,68,
+74,78,80,82,88,98,100,110,120,140,
+150,200,300,400,500,600,700,800,900,1000
Data-Point-Y         DTPNTY 2.37,0.54,1.52,3.59,5.07,7.69,6.53,6.64,8.17,7.9,
+6.8,7.53,6.15,7.01,6.05,6.09,6.93,6.2,5.65,5.85,
+5.76,5.26,5.04,5.28,5.23,5.16,5.01,4.86,4.84,4.92,
+4.38,3.81,3.08,2.41,2.23,1.79,1.81,1.29,1.25,1.42
Error-Range-X        ERRNGX
Error-Range-Y        ERRNGY
#
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3.2 Details on items

If your data arrays (DTPNTX, DTPNTY, ERRNGX, and ERRNGY) are larger than 2000 bytes (2000 characters), please divide data to several sets or omit some data points.

4. Template files

(1) reference file (2) data file

5. Submission

Please send your data files to dbmaster@dbshino.nifs.ac.jp by email. Thank you for your cooporation.


dbmaster@dbshino.nifs.ac.jp