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DIALS: Diffraction Integration for Advanced Light Sources

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X-ray crystallography for structural biology has benefited greatly from a number of advances in recent years including high performance pixel array detectors, new beamlines capable of delivering micron and sub-micron focus and new light sources such as XFELs. The DIALS project is a collaborative endeavour to develop new diffraction integration software to meet the data analysis requirements presented by these recent advances. There are three end goals: to develop an extensible framework for the development of algorithms to analyse X-ray diffraction data; the implementation of algorithms within this framework and finally a set of user facing tools using these algorithms to allow integration of data from diffraction experiments on synchrotron and free electron sources.

Website

https://dials.github.io

Reference

Winter, G., Waterman, D. G., Parkhurst, J. M., Brewster, A. S., Gildea, R. J., Gerstel, M., Fuentes-Montero, L., Vollmar, M., Michels-Clark, T., Young, I. D., Sauter, N. K. and Evans, G. (2018) Acta Cryst. D74.

Funding

DIALS development at Diamond Light Source is supported by the BioStruct-X EU grant, Diamond Light Source, and CCP4.

DIALS development at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory is supported by National Institutes of Health / National Institute of General Medical Sciences grant R01-GM117126. Work at LBNL is performed under Department of Energy contract DE-AC02-05CH11231.