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This wiki page has a section about zero dose extrapolation, then a comment that interpolating to 0.25 dose or 0.75 is more accurate - it would be good to have an example of how to do this - for example, is it simply a matter of setting the starting dose to a negative value?
 
This wiki page has a section about zero dose extrapolation, then a comment that interpolating to 0.25 dose or 0.75 is more accurate - it would be good to have an example of how to do this - for example, is it simply a matter of setting the starting dose to a negative value?
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--[[User:Kay|Kay]] 19:09, 7 November 2008 (CET) yes, just set STARTING_DOSE= to a negative value, namely about 1/4 (22%) of the number of frames. Funny that I read your question today - my paper in J. Appl. Cryst. about this was accepted a few hours ago.

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Zero Dose Interpolation

This wiki page has a section about zero dose extrapolation, then a comment that interpolating to 0.25 dose or 0.75 is more accurate - it would be good to have an example of how to do this - for example, is it simply a matter of setting the starting dose to a negative value?

--Kay 19:09, 7 November 2008 (CET) yes, just set STARTING_DOSE= to a negative value, namely about 1/4 (22%) of the number of frames. Funny that I read your question today - my paper in J. Appl. Cryst. about this was accepted a few hours ago.

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