Erratum: Available CCD Control and CCD processing/crunching software
l.cranswick at dl.ac.uk
Thu Apr 20 03:00:32 EST 2000
Apologies to all as there was a "strange" incorrect link under the XDS software.
The corrected infomation is given below and this is also on the
webpage as well.
XDS - by Wolfgang Kabsch
To receive information on how to obtain the XDS software
(is free of charge for academic users processing synchrotron data)
E-mail Wolfgang Kabsch at: kabsch at otto.mpimf-heidelberg.mpg.de
Some of the information on XDS is below:
" The program package XDS has been developed for the reduction of single-
crystal diffraction data recorded on a planar detector by the rotation
method using monochromatic X-rays.
XDS is free of charge for academic users processing synchrotron data.
At present, XDS can process images generated by the following detectors:
SIEMENS - (Siemens/Nicolet) multiwire detector
MAR - marresearch (X-ray Research) imaging plate detector (old)
MAR345 - marresearch (X-ray Research) imaging plate detector (new)
RAXIS - R-AXIS2 and R-AXIS4 imaging plate detector
MAC - MacScience imaging plate detector, ENRAF NONIUS DIP-series
CCDD2AM - CCD-detector at ESRF Grenoble (beamline D2AM)
ESRF - CCD-detector at ESRF Grenoble (beamline 3)
VIDEMETRIX - CCD-detector at Brandeis (designed by Walter Phillips)
CCDCHESS - CCD-detector at CHESS and MAR CCD-detector at BROOKHAVEN
CCDBRANDEIS - CCD-detector at Brandeis (1024 X 1024) and Brookhaven
SMART - CCD-detector at BASF Ludwigshafen (BRUKER format)
ADSC - Quantum4 CCD-detector at Lund (SMV-format)
Executables of XDS are available for SGI, alpha (OSF/1), and linux
(i686,m486) as compressed tar-files"
(again, further corrections on the above and information on any other source
code or programs appreciated)
Lachlan M. D. Cranswick
Collaborative Computational Project No 14 (CCP14)
for Single Crystal and Powder Diffraction
Daresbury Laboratory, Warrington, WA4 4AD U.K
Tel: +44-1925-603703 Fax: +44-1925-603124
E-mail: l.cranswick at dl.ac.uk Ext: 3703 Room C14
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