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<ipython-input-14-240ac4daefae> in <module>()
1 spectra[0].save("test2.hdf5")
----> 2 abc = hs.load("test2.hdf5")
/Users/thomas/Dropbox/0_Git/GitHub Desktop/hyperspy/hyperspy/io.py in load(filenames, record_by, signal_type, signal_origin, stack, stack_axis, new_axis_name, mmap, mmap_dir, **kwds)
212 objects = [load_single_file(filename,
213 **kwds)
--> 214 for filename in filenames]
215
216 if hyperspy.defaults_parser.preferences.Plot.plot_on_load:
/Users/thomas/Dropbox/0_Git/GitHub Desktop/hyperspy/hyperspy/io.py in <listcomp>(.0)
212 objects = [load_single_file(filename,
213 **kwds)
--> 214 for filename in filenames]
215
216 if hyperspy.defaults_parser.preferences.Plot.plot_on_load:
/Users/thomas/Dropbox/0_Git/GitHub Desktop/hyperspy/hyperspy/io.py in load_single_file(filename, record_by, signal_type, signal_origin, **kwds)
266 signal_type=signal_type,
267 signal_origin=signal_origin,
--> 268 **kwds)
269
270
/Users/thomas/Dropbox/0_Git/GitHub Desktop/hyperspy/hyperspy/io.py in load_with_reader(filename, reader, record_by, signal_type, signal_origin, **kwds)
277 file_data_list = reader.file_reader(filename,
278 record_by=record_by,
--> 279 **kwds)
280 objects = []
281
/Users/thomas/Dropbox/0_Git/GitHub Desktop/hyperspy/hyperspy/io_plugins/hdf5.py in file_reader(filename, record_by, mode, driver, backing_store, load_to_memory, **kwds)
164 exp_dict_list.extend(standalone_models)
165 if not len(exp_dict_list):
--> 166 raise IOError('This is not a valid HyperSpy HDF5 file. '
167 'You can still load the data using a hdf5 reader, '
168 'e.g. h5py, and manually create a Signal. '
OSError: This is not a valid HyperSpy HDF5 file. You can still load the data using a hdf5 reader, e.g. h5py, and manually create a Signal. Please, refer to the User Guide for details
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