News and results related to the Data Treatment WP
30 researchers are meeting in Garching, Germany to learn how to use BornAgain, the open-source software package to simulate and fit neutron and x-ray small-angle scattering at grazing incidence. read more
The SasView Collaboration is pleased to announce the latest release of its popular SAS data analysis package, SasView 4.2.0.
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About 40 people met in Soragna, Italy for Workshop III of the SINE2020 Project. This is part of Work Package 10 – Data Treatment Software. Presentations, discussions and collaboration on software such as SaSView, BornAgain, QENS, Mantid were held with the hope that one day Users at neutron sources around Europe can know how to use the software, wherever their experiments are taking place. read more
The focus of the 2nd workshop, which took place at the Institut Laue-Langevin (ILL) in April 24-25, 2017, was the first deliverable on guidelines and standards. Despite this rather technical topic, the number of participants exceeded the anticipations with 61 participants and with many external and potentials users. read more
Jonathan Taylor (group leader for instrument data and acting head of the data-management and software centre at the European Spallation Source) reviews the data-management challenges facing neutron sources and other large-scale research facilities as they strive to maximize the scientific and economic impact of their work read more
Standard and Guidelines for data treatment software defined as first deliverable in WP10 with the purpose of fostering cross facility collaboration and enabling external contributions. read more
A team is working on improving the fitting of neutron and muon data in Mantid. They developed a framework for comparing fitting minimizers targeted to serve Mantid users, but whose results are transferrable to other neutron and muon data treatment software. read more
SasView is a Small Angle Scattering Analysis Software Package. A new version has been released. This work is part of the SINE2020 Data Treatment Software WP. read more
Scientists review approaches used to computationally predict muon sites and interaction parameters. read more