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Merge pull request #32 from StevenCHowell/StevenCHowell-pr_help_typo

this fixes a transpose typo in the year

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    12 This tool calculates a real-space distance distribution function, *P(r)*, using  
    13 the inversion approach (Moore, 1908). 
     12This tool calculates a real-space distance distribution function, *P(r)*, using 
     13the inversion approach (Moore, 1980). 
    1414 
    1515*P(r)* is set to be equal to an expansion of base functions of the type 
     
    2424 
    2525  \chi^2=\frac{\sum_i (I_{meas}(Q_i)-I_{th}(Q_i))^2}{error^2}+Reg\_term 
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     26 
    2727 
    2828where $I_{meas}(Q_i)$ is the measured scattering intensity and $I_{th}(Q_i)$ is 
    29 the prediction from the Fourier transform of the *P(r)* expansion.  
     29the prediction from the Fourier transform of the *P(r)* expansion. 
    3030 
    31 The $Reg\_term$ term is a regularization term set to the second derivative  
     31The $Reg\_term$ term is a regularization term set to the second derivative 
    3232$d^2P(r)/d^2r$ integrated over $r$. It is used to produce a smooth *P(r)* output. 
    3333 
     
    4040 
    4141*  *Number of terms*: the number of base functions in the P(r) expansion. 
    42     
     42 
    4343*  *Regularization constant*: a multiplicative constant to set the size of 
    4444   the regularization term. 
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