## Neutron scattering data analysis 1990: invited and contributed papers from the Conference on Neutron Scattering Data Analysis held at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Chilton, 14-16 March 1990 |

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Various views of a two dimensional

parameters and geometry.(a) Top left: data as 2D shaded contours (b)top right:

enlarged view of lower peak (c)Lower left: Data as a 3D surface, changed

viewing ...

Various views of a two dimensional

**data set**following correction for instrumentparameters and geometry.(a) Top left: data as 2D shaded contours (b)top right:

enlarged view of lower peak (c)Lower left: Data as a 3D surface, changed

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Analysed

negative values. This is less than the resolution of the screens we are using, ...

Analysed

**data sets**can have many more points in them than the original raw**data****set**of 64 by 64. There are 80 by 80 in Figure 5a, an analysed**data set**with somenegative values. This is less than the resolution of the screens we are using, ...

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invited and contributed papers from the Conference on Neutron Scattering

Analysis held at the Rutherford ... In the simpler case when all the sought iy's are

strictly positive real numbers, the related

invited and contributed papers from the Conference on Neutron Scattering

**Data**Analysis held at the Rutherford ... In the simpler case when all the sought iy's are

strictly positive real numbers, the related

**set**of Mx . My Ij values is called an ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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