Using this command (which is available in the "File/Export" submenu) you can export the peak data (d- and corresponding intensity values) of a reference pattern (i.e. a pattern listed in the candidate list) to a peak list file, either as two columns (d vs. intensity (*.dif); see below) or as a Stoe PKS file (*.pks).
This command is only available if a single entry is marked in the candidate list!
First, mark (click on) a single entry/line in the candidate list. Afterwards, select the "Reference Pattern" command from the "File/Export" submenu. A new window will open in which you have to select the type of file (*.dif or *.pks) and the directory as well as enter the file name. Finally, press the "Save" button.
The two-column peak data file format (*.dif) mentioned above can be created or edited using any conventional text editor. There is a line for
each individual peak, containing the d-value and the intensity (separated by one or more spaces). Example:
5.388877 157.0 4.880764 5.7 4.634748 5.0 4.104961 12.0 3.997782 5.8 3.676312 12.7 3.602808 9.9