Tag Archives: fitting
Note: Part one of this three- or four-part series can be found here. Additionally, my topical review paper on SAXS data collection and correction which also lightly discusses data fitting is available open access here. After the initial “scoping out” of a collected scattering pattern, it is time to try to see what can be done in […]
By the way, my topical review paper on SAXS data collection and correction has been published and is available open access here! Recently, some good colleagues (who are not familiar with scattering) have started asking questions on how to go about fitting a scattering pattern. This was a very good opportunity to think about […]
As promised, some more details which hopefully make the monte-carlo code (discussed here) more useful to you; the software documentation. softwaremanual_mcfit In the documentation are also some examples using the scattering pattern generators discussed before. Let me know if you canor cannot get it to work and post your findings here (or father, on the […]
Hi all, Herewith a preliminary release of the Monte-Carlo code for fitting SAXS patterns. Documentation will follow, as will a movie and more. MCFit_sph.m Check it out and let me know if you have any questions.
Hi all, I have made some new software available on the “software” page. This is the saxsfit (yes, terrible name, I know) routine I normally use for fitting SAXS curves to model functions. Nothing special, except that it can also deal with (time)series quite nicely. Also there is documentation for some of the packages. I […]