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PostPosted: 2017.08.23 12:38 
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Hi, I couldn't find any description on how does DATADJUST treat the scattering data to make them "comparable".
I was wondering, if DATADJUST program makes some corrections to force the sample to follow q-4 decay? If one has sample which obey such behaviour, presumably due to flexibility or averaging of several conformations it would then force it in unnatural way to follow q-4 decay, right?


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varinkin wrote:
I was wondering, if DATADJUST program makes some corrections to force the sample to follow q-4 decay?
No, DATADJUST just uses the standard least squares approach.


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