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== Visualizing XDS data reduction ==
 
== Visualizing XDS data reduction ==
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The latest beta versions of ADXV (from http://www.scripps.edu/~arvai/adxv/) can read spot files (whose name ends with .adx) and display them together with the frames.
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The latest beta versions of ADXV (from https://www.scripps.edu/tainer/arvai/adxv.html/) can read spot files (whose name ends with .adx) and display them together with the frames.
    
These spot files can be written by [[generate_adx]]. In adxv's file selection window, it is useful to change the filename pattern from e.g. "*.cbf" to just "*" which then gives you the possibility to load frames and spot files at will.
 
These spot files can be written by [[generate_adx]]. In adxv's file selection window, it is useful to change the filename pattern from e.g. "*.cbf" to just "*" which then gives you the possibility to load frames and spot files at will.
    
If using ADXV on a NoMachine (NX) desktop, it is useful to know that one needs the -nopixmap commandline option if the frame is not correctly displayed (I found that the zoom window still does not display correctly).
 
If using ADXV on a NoMachine (NX) desktop, it is useful to know that one needs the -nopixmap commandline option if the frame is not correctly displayed (I found that the zoom window still does not display correctly).
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