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All spectra were provided by the anonymous symposium participants and analyzed blindly using DEFit (till today we don’t know what the spectra are) The spectrum naming (slide titles) follow the key provided by the panel moderator, Dr. Eric Hustedt. Hardware: Intel Duo Core2, Matlab 2007b

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Rocky Mountains Conference EPR Workshop: DEER Analysis programs testing Sen I., Logan, T. and Fajer P., Biochemistry, 2007;46: DEFit (for CW spectra: CwdipFit) All spectra were provided by the anonymous symposium participants and analyzed blindly using DEFit (till today we dont know what the spectra are) The spectrum naming (slide titles) follow the key provided by the panel moderator, Dr. Eric Hustedt. Hardware: Intel Duo Core2, Matlab 2007b 2a components A and B very well defined: narrow distributions assymetric population component (c) badly defined component C A,B 3 Gaussians 2b Noisy data => large error surface average distance better defined than the distribution data0001 Excellent definition of three populations complex assymetric population data0002 one population, very well defined data0003 components A and B very well defined: narrow distributions assymetric population component (c) badly defined component last0001 last0002 Spikes are not always spikes! two components one very narrow last0003 two components one very narrow last0004 DATA1 low modulation depth, very long distance and very broad DATA2 three components, chi 2 impovement 6x from 2 components. one extremely sharp

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