Theory models for small angle scattering.
The models provided are usable directly in the bumps fitting package and in the sasview analysis package. If OpenCL is available, the models will run much faster. If not, then precompiled versions will be included with the distributed package. New models can be added if OpenCL or a C compiler is available.
The easiest way to use sasmodels is from SasView.
$ conda create -n sasmodels -c conda-forge numpy scipy matplotlib pyopencl
-n sasmodels names the environment sasmodels, and the option
-c conda-forge selects the conda-forge package channel because pyopencl
is not part of the base anaconda distribution.
Activate the environment and install sasmodels:
$ conda activate sasmodels (sasmodels) $ pip install sasmodels
Install bumps if you want to use it to fit your data:
(sasmodels) $ pip install bumps
Check that the works:
(sasmodels) $ python -m sasmodels.compare cylinder
To show the orientation explorer:
(sasmodels) $ python -m sasmodels.jitter
Documentation is available online as part of the SasView fitting perspective as well as separate pages for individual models. Programming details for sasmodels are available in the developer documentation.
The example directory contains a radial+tangential data set for an oriented rod-like shape.
To load the example data, you will need the SAS data loader from the sasview package. This is not yet available on PyPI, so you will need a copy of the SasView source code to run it. Create a directory somewhere to hold the sasview and sasmodels source code, which we will refer to as $SOURCE.
Use the following to install sasview, and the sasmodels examples:
(sasmodels) $ cd $SOURCE (sasmodels) $ conda install git (sasmodels) $ git clone https://github.com/sasview/sasview.git (sasmodels) $ git clone https://github.com/sasview/sasmodels.git
Set the path to the sasview source on your python path within the sasmodels environment. On Windows, this will be:
(sasmodels)> set PYTHONPATH="$SOURCE\sasview\src" (sasmodels)> cd $SOURCE/sasmodels/example (sasmodels)> python -m bumps.cli fit.py cylinder --preview
On Mac/Linux with the standard shell this will be:
(sasmodels) $ export PYTHONPATH="$SOURCE/sasview/src" (sasmodels) $ cd $SOURCE/sasmodels/example (sasmodels) $ bumps fit.py cylinder --preview
The fit.py model accepts up to two arguments. The first argument is the model type, which has been defined for cylinder, capped_cylinder, core_shell_cylinder, ellipsoid, triaxial_ellipsoid and lamellar. The second argument is view, which can be radial or tangential. To fit both radial and tangential simultaneously, use the word "both".
See bumps documentation for detailed instructions on running the fit.