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=== Frame ===
 
=== Frame ===
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to display existing 2-dimensional data frames, or to start XDS data processing by displaying a raw data frame. In the latter case, the "generate XDS.INP" button runs the [[generate_XDS.INP]] script to create a first XDS.INP from the header of the raw data frame that is being displayed. (Note: this button needs to be used only once per dataset, all later changes to XDS.INP are done by different means - manual or scripted) The blue circle(s) delineate(s) the area(s) of the detector within TRUSTED_REGION; the green circles correspond to INCLUDE_RESOLUTION_RANGE, and the red hatched regions correspond to EXCLUDE_RESOLUTION_RANGEs. The locations of the circles are not as accurate as those that XDS uses internally, because a simplified formula (and only values from XDS.INP, not the refined ones from XPARM.XDS) is used to calculate the resolution; this e.g. does not take care of detector swingout or otherwise skew geometry.  
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to display existing 2-dimensional data frames, or to start XDS data processing by displaying a raw data frame. In the latter case, the "generate XDS.INP" button runs the [[generate_XDS.INP]] script to create a first XDS.INP from the header of the raw data frame that is being displayed. (Note: this button needs to be used only once per dataset; all later changes to XDS.INP are done by different means - manually or scripted) The blue circle(s) delineate(s) the area(s) of the detector within TRUSTED_REGION; the green circles correspond to INCLUDE_RESOLUTION_RANGE, and the red hatched regions correspond to EXCLUDE_RESOLUTION_RANGEs. The locations of the circles are not as accurate as those that XDS uses internally, because a simplified formula (and only values from XDS.INP, not the refined ones from XPARM.XDS) is used to calculate the resolution; this e.g. does not take care of detector swingout or otherwise skew geometry.  
    
Untrusted areas can be specified by the user, using two (UNTRUSTED_ELLIPSE; UNTRUSTED_RECTANGLE) or four (UNTRUSTED QUADRILATERAL) right mouse clicks. The resulting areas are shown with red outline, and the keyword/parameter pairs are shown in the XDS.INP tab. Step-by-step:
 
Untrusted areas can be specified by the user, using two (UNTRUSTED_ELLIPSE; UNTRUSTED_RECTANGLE) or four (UNTRUSTED QUADRILATERAL) right mouse clicks. The resulting areas are shown with red outline, and the keyword/parameter pairs are shown in the XDS.INP tab. Step-by-step:
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