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DDLm dictionaries: treatment of alias data names

  • Subject: DDLm dictionaries: treatment of alias data names
  • From: Antanas Vaitkus <antanas.vaitkus90@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 28 Jul 2017 14:23:58 +0300
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DDLm based dictionaries allow specifying alias data names for data items (i. e. _diffrn.special_details has two aliases -- _diffrn_special_details and _diffrn.details). I was wondering if there are any official IUCr guidelines how the CIF file should be interpreted if several of these values are present in the same data block. Does it become an invalid file (following the logic that a data name can only appear once in a file)?

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Antanas Vaitkus,
PhD student at Vilnius University Institute of Biotechnology,
room V325, SaulÄ—tekio al. 7,
LT-10257 Vilnius, Lithuania


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