[mcstas-users] [EXTERNAL] Re: SANSCurve type component for I(qx, qy) instead of I(q)?
Wildgruber, Christoph U.
wildgrubercu at ornl.gov
Tue Apr 28 14:17:39 CEST 2020
I’ll definitely look again more carefully :-)
Besides that my strategy is to get a younger person here excited
to learn how to write a McStas component…
Thanks so much,
On 28 Apr 2020, at 03:24, Peter Kjær Willendrup <pkwi at fysik.dtu.dk<mailto:pkwi at fysik.dtu.dk>> wrote:
On 27 Apr 2020, at 23.07, Wildgruber, Christoph U. <wildgrubercu at ornl.gov<mailto:wildgrubercu at ornl.gov>> wrote:
I might not be looking hard enough but I don’t think there is a SANS
sample component similar to SANSCurve (which uses I(q) as an input file)
that can handle I(qx, qy).
If anybody can point me in the right direction or has a component like that
to share it would be greatly appreciated!
For that sort of functionality I would be looking in the direction of the SASview (SASmodels really) sample http://www.mcstas.org/download/components/samples/SasView_model.html which does include models that are 2D in q. (It may also be that one of Henrich Frielinghaus’ contributed sample components has a similar feature?)
The limitations of the SasView_model sample are that
a) I am not entirely sure the absolute normalisation is completely correct
b) One needs to recompile when shifting between models
Should you decide to implement one yourself instead, such a model would of course always be welcome as a contribution. ;-)
Peter Kjær Willendrup
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