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Re: CIF-JSON new draft

Another quick test. In this case, we only convert 50% of the strings to numbers based on the idea that, for example, we don't care about anisotropies. But the JSON.parse of course has to convert them all:

402 ms parseFloat(JSON.parse([str,str,str...]))
364 ms parseFloat(JSON.parse([str,str,str...]))
367 ms parseFloat(JSON.parse([str,str,str...]))
368 ms parseFloat(JSON.parse([str,str,str...]))

598 ms JSON.parse([num,num,num,num])
553 ms JSON.parse([num,num,num,num])
555 ms JSON.parse([num,num,num,num])
557 ms JSON.parse([num,num,num,num])

My conclusion is that it is better to deliver numbers as strings, which also allows easy incorporation of "(xx)" uncertainties, although I am not checking for that here.


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