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Mview for MATLAB is designed to manipulate and display up to 20 data files. Like Mfit, it is also a point-and-click application. A link with MFit permits to fit each data set. Basic operations are possible.
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It requires load routines, fit functions and routines from MFit (see that package).
See also http://www.ill.fr/tas/matlab/doc/