steph at escher.mbi.ucla.edu
Thu Jun 29 15:22:15 EST 1995
In article <bmbtdf.18.000D8D37 at leeds.ac.uk>, bmbtdf at leeds.ac.uk (T.D. Flint) writes:
|> Dear Whoever,
|> I just can not understand exactly what is going on in a Fourier transform. I
|> know that amplitude and phase values are calculated etc and that you end up
|> with the power spec. but i have asked SO MANY people what is going on and
|> either they don't understand it themselves, or they do and can not explain it
|> in such a way for me to understand. Can any body explain it or give me a
|> reference that is understandable. I have read many but never quite seem to
|> get there.
Well, someone left a copy of Glusker, Lewis, and Rossi (_Crystal
Structure for Chemists and Biologists_ (1994 VCI Publishers, Inc.))
on my desk, and a quick skim through the book made it seem worth
looking at if you are confused.
Actually, as I look through it, now I think I want a copy... :-)
Stephanie W. Wukovitz steph at escher.mbi.ucla.edu
"...and, here we are...victims of mathematics."
-Londo, _Babylon 5_
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