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Hi all, Just a quick heads-up, there are some minor errors in the perfectpattern code with respect to the convergence criteria. Also I have made some improvements and added a “counting statistics”-like Poisson error to more closely approach real data. These updates have now been posted on the software page.
…well, his famous SAXS analysis method. This documentGuinier_short, copyright Brian Pauw gives a short description and review of the applicability of the Guinier method to polydisperse systems. It also shows, through analysis of simulated data, what q-range should be measured for the Guinier method to be valid. In short, the rule of qmax=1.3/Rg still holds, […]
Do not fret, for I have more software (with documentation!) lined up for presentation on this website soon, but I am still working on the documentation. Please bear with me as I shamelessly promote another publication of mine that came out just days ago. The paper is available here: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.polymer.2010.07.045 It concerns curious observations of […]
I have written some small, simple bits of Matlab software that can generate scattering patterns in the range you request for polydisperse, dilute spheres or ellipsoids. While nothing new per se, this implementation is guaranteed to produce correct scattering patterns irrespective of the width of the distribution. Allow me to quickly explain. The normal way […]