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SASfit libraries
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Software source code package of model functions and other libraries
used by SASfit, a program for fitting small-angle scattering curves
It consists of the following modules:
f2c (Copyright by AT&T Bell Laboratories and Bellcore,
see src/f2c/copyright)
sasfit-common (Utilities, functions and datastructures used by all modules)
sasfit-sd ((size-) distributions)
sasfit-sq (structure factors)
sasfit-peaks (peaks)
sasfit-ff (form factors)
sasfit-core (core functionality of the sasfit program,
not complete, in progress)
Requirements:
- Cmake >=3.5.0 (http://www.gnu.org/software/gsl/)
- C and C++ compiler (e.g. gcc)
- standard compression software like bzip2, zip, tar, gz
Author Information:
Joachim Kohlbrecher (joachim.kohlbrecher@psi.ch)
Ingo Bressler (ingo.bressler@bam.de)
Laboratory for Neutron Scattering
Paul Scherrer Institut
CH-5232 Villigen PSI
Switzerland
Tel: +41 (0)56 310 3165
Fax.: +41 (0)56 310 3131
SASfit and its libraries is available for users analysing data taken at PSI
SASfit and its libraries has been developed at the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI) and remains copyright of the PSI.
SASfit and its libraries is provided for users of the PSI facilities
SASfit and its libraries is provided "as is" and with no warranty.
For license information see COPYING.txt.
Documentation
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A paper about SASfit has been published in
J. Appl. Cryst. (2015). 48, 1587-1598
doi:10.1107/S1600576715016544
Documentation is provided in HTML format in the directory
<your-sasfit-source-directory>/doc/html/
A guide to the generation of the full source documentation can be found at
<your-sasfit-source-directory>/doc/html/howto_doc.html
BUILD PROCEDURE
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Information about the build procedure of the sasfit source code can be found at
<sasfit-root>/doc/html/howto_build.html
Further information about how to use the SASfit libraries in external source code
is provided in the documentation generated by doxygen (see above) or
at the SASfit website:
[TODO, put link here]