alternative to xengen?

Harry Powell hrp1000 at cus.cam.ac.uk
Tue Feb 29 04:58:22 EST 2000


On 25 Feb 2000, Krishnan, Raman wrote:

> 
> dear fellow xtallographers...
> is there alternative to xengen for processing single crystal diff data off a
> X1000 detector?

I'm not familiar with the X1000 - is a successor to the Xentronics? If
you're processing fine phi-sliced data, you may be able to use XDS (from
Wolfgang Kabsch, kabsch at mpimf-heidelberg.mpg.de) if you've got fine
phi-sliced data. Or maybe SAINT from Bruker will process the frames; maybe
d*Trek from Jim Plugrath (jwp at msc.com) at MSC...

If you're trying to process thick sliced data (i.e. oscillation angle >
2*{mosaicity + beam divergence}), you could try MOSFLM, but it doesn't
support the X1000 by default; you'd need to supply all the detector
parameters (number and size of Pixels in X&Y, detector swing angle,
orientation of oscillation axis {horizontal? vertical? other?}, etc,
etc...) and have distortion corrected images. 

Harry
-- 
Dr Harry Powell, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology,
MRC Centre, Hills Road, Cambridge, CB2 2QH






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