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=== Activities from Working Group Sessions ===
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* Grazing Incidence Scattering
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* Data Formats
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* Multiple Scattering
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* Time-of-flight SANS Data reduction
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**  A new working group co-ordinated by Anna Sokolova and Andrew Jackson has been established to resolve issues related to time-of-flight SANS data reduction.  It is planned that there will be initial mail-list discussion and that a face-to-face meeting will then be arranged to resolve details of recommended procedures.
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* Software
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* Dissemination
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**The advantages of provision of material and making it widely accessible mean that renewed activity in this area is required.  It is planned to hold a code-camp to work on updating the SAS portal to a more modern, attractive design.  This should also aim to make material easier to find and what is relevant for different target groups such as prospective users, existing users, instrument specialists etc., can be readily identified.
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* Standardisation

Revision as of 06:24, 11 July 2019

Wrap-up - Summary of Discussions

Activities from Working Group Sessions

  • Grazing Incidence Scattering


  • Data Formats


  • Multiple Scattering


  • Time-of-flight SANS Data reduction
    • A new working group co-ordinated by Anna Sokolova and Andrew Jackson has been established to resolve issues related to time-of-flight SANS data reduction. It is planned that there will be initial mail-list discussion and that a face-to-face meeting will then be arranged to resolve details of recommended procedures.


  • Software


  • Dissemination
    • The advantages of provision of material and making it widely accessible mean that renewed activity in this area is required. It is planned to hold a code-camp to work on updating the SAS portal to a more modern, attractive design. This should also aim to make material easier to find and what is relevant for different target groups such as prospective users, existing users, instrument specialists etc., can be readily identified.


  • Standardisation
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