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relax_disp.exp_type

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Synopsis

Select the relaxation dispersion experiment type.

Defaults

relax_disp.exp_type(spectrum_id=None, exp_type=`SQ CPMG')

Keyword arguments

spectrum_id: The spectrum ID string to associate the spin-lock field strength to.

exp_type: The type of relaxation dispersion experiment performed.

Description

For each peak intensity set loaded into relax, the type of experiment it comes from needs to be specified. By specifying this for each spectrum ID, multiple experiment types can be analysed simultaneously. This is assuming that an appropriate dispersion model exists for the experiment combination.

The currently supported experiments include:

`SQ CPMG' -
The single quantum (SQ) CPMG-type experiments,
`ZQ CPMG' -
The zero quantum (ZQ) CPMG-type experiments,
`DQ CPMG' -
The double quantum (DQ) CPMG-type experiments,
`MQ CPMG' -
The multiple quantum (MQ) CPMG-type experiments,
`1H SQ CPMG' -
The 1H single quantum (SQ) CPMG-type experiments,
`1H MQ CPMG' -
The 1H multiple quantum (MQ) CPMG-type experiments,
`R1rho' -
The R1rho-type experiments.

Prompt examples

To set the experiment type to `SQ CPMG' for the spectrum ID `nu_4500.0_800MHz', type one of:

[numbers=none]
relax> relax_disp.exp_type('nu_4500.0_800MHz', 'SQ CPMG')

[numbers=none]
relax> relax_disp.exp_type(spectrum_id='nu_4500.0_800MHz', exp_type='SQ CPMG')


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