After you have run a
fit, you can display a graph of the counts on the screen by typing
`d`. The graph includes both the measurement and the model. You
will also see a graph of the weighted residuals--that is,
normalized to have unit variance. If
the fit is poor, this might tell you where and how it could be
improved. If Top Drawer is available on your computer system, you can
use it to get a somewhat prettier graph. Type `t` to create a
Top Drawer file, and `s` to spawn a process so that you can view
it. If you want to save your results, type `w`. This creates a
file that has a table of the counts, a list of the fit parameters
used, a record of the fit output, and a plot of the counts. This
takes a little while since the fit is actually being repeated.