A Small Angle Scattering (SAS) package that can help you execute a detailed analysis of scattering data focusing on neutron data.
- License :Trial
- OS:Windows All
- Publisher:University of Tennessee
Digital tools are now widely employed in all the major domains of the the scientific community. Complex simulations and detailed computations can now be performed with better accuracy and speed when using the proper analysis tools. SasView is one such aid, allowing scientists to quickly process Small-Angle Scattering particle data in 1D and 2D inverse spaces.
Perform Small-Angle Scattering simulations
It can accommodate a wide variety of material microstructures and one can put it to good use when analyzing neutron SANS data. At the same time, analyses can also be extended to X-ray scattering events, thus effectively covering the entire spectrum of SAS analyses. The application is compatible with several types of source data files, including XMLs, SESANS documents as well as IGOR 2D items.
Various analytic functions are available and results can accurately pinpoint key parameters, such as the shape, size and degree of ordering of scattered particles. When performing SAXS analyses, it can also determine slit resolutions and a scattering length density calculator is also available for use.
Export graphics to various formats, including common PNGs
Among other complementary tools, one can mention slit size and fringe thickness/d-spacings calculators, as well as distance distribution functions.
Scientists can also invert SAS data to P(r) and customized results can be obtained by importing third-party plugins. Analyses generate a wide variety of graphics using different metrics – based on the source parameters, and users can export these elements to several formats, including PNGs, PDFs, SVGs, and Postscript files.
An overall comprehensive analysis package for both SANS and SAXS simulations and analyses
Summing up, SasView is a valuable tool for scientists and other professionals in need of an SAS analyzer. It provides a wealth of information, complete with multiple graphics and plenty of auxiliary tools allow one to compute the size, shape and degree of ordering of the resulting scattered particles.