We are a group focusing on developing software toolkits for powder diffraction experiments. Our focuses are, but not limited to, automation of experiments, real-time data analysis and metadata management which enables future data mining. We collaborate closely with NSLS-II software team, where is the home for many high quality software toolkits.
Currently we have released two
The package handles acquisition activities for experiment, ranging from executions to metadata management.
For more information, please refer to xpdAcq full document.
For a quick yet comprehensive introduction, please refer to xpdAcq quickstart.
The package provides a platform for live data analysis and visualization.
For more information, please refer to xpdAn full document.
This group is lead by Professor Simon Billinge at Columbia University.