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Revision as of 11:21, 25 June 2009 by Michael (New page: == XDSi == * XDSi offers you the possibility to process '''all your datasets''' in a given directory with '''minimum effort'''. *:* You just have to provide it with a resultdirectory and ...)
- XDSi offers you the possibility to process all your datasets in a given directory with minimum effort.
- You just have to provide it with a resultdirectory and the directory where your frames are stored.
- All datasets consisting of more than 100 frames within the given directory and all its subdirectories will be processed.
- For each dataset a space group assignment is done using POINTLESS of the CCP4 software package
- Plots of the most informative statistics of INTEGRATE.LP, CORRECT.LP and XDSSTAT.LP are generated for each dataset
- A plot comparing Rmeas, I/sig and Completeness of all the processed datasets is generated
- You can also generate plots for datasets that have been processed using XDS without XDSi
- XDSi is still alpha, but
- it should work reasonably well for PILATUS datasets
- it may work for MAR-CCD datasets if the frames are bzip2ed
- To be able to use XDSi you must have installed
- gnuplot >= Version 4.0
- convert (part of ImageMagick)
- To install XDSi
- Download xdsi.tar.gz at XDSi
- tar -zxf xdsi.tar.gz; you get the files xdsi, xdsi_doc.pdf and the folder templates
- open the ﬁle xdsi with a texteditor and change
- set Templates “/mydir/templates” to the correct path
- set initial “/mydir/SLS-2009” to the path where your synchrotron data are stored
- put the ﬁle xdsi somewhere in your $PATH (e.g.: /usr/local/bin), chmod 755 xdsi and source ~/.cshrc
- You should now be able to start XDSi via the command xdsi
If it works well, enjoy!
I (michaelkrug at uni-konstanz dot de) appreciate feedback.