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by dpgoldenberg
2012.09.07 00:11
Forum: SAXS & SANS Software
Topic: New (free) SAXS software
Replies: 3
Views: 12769

Re: New (free) SAXS software

Well, that's embarrassing! But, thanks for trying the software and reporting the problem. The files that I found missing were saxsPlot and readPdh. Were there others you found? I have just posted a new distribution. In addition to adding the missing files, there is a new version of saxsFit, with an ...
by dpgoldenberg
2012.05.01 02:09
Forum: SAXS & SANS Software
Topic: New (free) SAXS software
Replies: 3
Views: 12769

New (free) SAXS software

Hi, I apologize in advance if this post is not appropriate, but I thought that there might be interest here. I have been working for some time on a set of relatively simple software tools for processing and analyzing SAXS data. Although most of the programs were written for processing data from the ...
by dpgoldenberg
2011.11.04 18:37
Forum: Working with Models
Topic: Crysol: units for calculated intensities
Replies: 3
Views: 4216

Alex, Thanks for your reply, though I don't quite know what you mean by "pseudo experimental data". I think that I have answered my own question, but I would appreciate it if anyone could confirm it, or correct me. I think that the intensities generated by CRYSOL represent the *microscopic* differen...
by dpgoldenberg
2011.11.02 23:56
Forum: Working with Models
Topic: Crysol: units for calculated intensities
Replies: 3
Views: 4216

Crysol: units for calculated intensities

Hi, Could anyone explain the units used for the scattering intensities calculated by Crysol? I would like to be able to compare these intensities with calibrated absolute scattering intensities (the macroscopic differential scattering cross section, with units of cm-1). Fig. 4 of the original Crysol...
by dpgoldenberg
2010.01.26 20:09
Forum: Working with Models
Topic: cryson for OS X (powerPC)
Replies: 4
Views: 3442

Daniel, Thanks for your quick reply. I believe that it should be possible to build a PowerPC version on an intel Mac, with the proper compiler options. Even better, "universal binaries" can built to run on either architecture. Here is an Apple web page with some information and an example: http://de...
by dpgoldenberg
2010.01.26 01:32
Forum: Working with Models
Topic: cryson for OS X (powerPC)
Replies: 4
Views: 3442

cryson for OS X (powerPC)

Hi,
I was wondering if there is a binary available for cryson for OS X running on a powerPC. I did find the atsas package for OS X, but this is apparently only for intel machines. Also, I would prefer not to have the binary installed in /usr/bin.

Thanks very much,
David
by dpgoldenberg
2009.05.27 16:53
Forum: Ab Initio Shape Determination
Topic: Dammif for OS X
Replies: 3
Views: 3703

Christian,
Thanks very much! It's seems to execute fine (with the -v and -h flags) on an Intel mac with OS X 10.5, but not with 10.4. Do you happen to know what the difference is between 10.5 and 10.4 with respect to binaries? In any case, this will work for us.

Thanks again,
David
by dpgoldenberg
2009.05.26 00:52
Forum: Ab Initio Shape Determination
Topic: Dammif for OS X
Replies: 3
Views: 3703

Dammif for OS X

Hi,
I was wondering if there has been any progress on an OS X version of DAMMIF?

Thanks very much,
David