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PostPosted: 2018.04.26 16:12 
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I'm currently using CRYSOL to compare experimental SAXS data to crystal structure of a complex. I tested in parallel 2 data sets. The first one, using the buffer subtracted curves.dat gives a better fit that the one using a truncated buffer subtracted curves.dat (where I have removed noisy parts of the curve).
Could you explain me why?
Many thanks for your help


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