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Smile Unanswered: 15N-NMR relaxation data of protein fitting with Modelfree anaylsis

HELLO Every one
my question is ,, i fitted my data on modelfree ,,i get output file mfout
which one is best value for order parameter (S2, S2F,S2S,) in this two

1- fit value ---
2-sim_value

in these two which one i write in my data
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