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[[ascii-sans-1d:modify| Data Modification]] <tab3> [[ascii-sans-1d:reso| Resolution Calculation]] <tab3> [[ascii-sans-1d:plot| Read and Plot]] <tab3> [[ascii-sans-1d:ascii-sans-1d-qtisas-vs-qtikws|QtiSAS vs. QtiKWS]] <tab3>


ASCii.SANS.1D [previously DANP|ASCii.1D]



powerful import/export tool for the radial averaged datasets. During the import/export process several actions can be performed on the data: convertation to other SAS-presentation (Guinier, Zimm, Porod ...); removing blocks of points at the beginning, end, or inside the q-range, as well as all negative points; simple arithmetic operations on data can be done; linear and progressive binning tools are available; SANS resolution column could be added to datasets…



ASCII.SANS.1D: fast SANS data import example



[step: 0] Open ASCii.SANS.1D interface


Push button   to open ASCii.SANS.1D interface











[step: 1] Select Input Folder


Push button {{:qtisas:ascii-1d:sans-folder.png?nolink&30| }} to select path to your ascii files within “ASCii Input Folder”:

{{:qtisas:ascii-1d:ascii-1d-01a.png?direct&300 }}



[step: 2] Select 'Data-Source' (Files)


by default File is selected in 'Data-Source.From' interface:

{{:qtisas:ascii-1d:ascii-1d-02a.png?direct&200| }}

if Data-Source.From: = “File” \\ and Data-Source.To: = “Table” \\ than IMPORT ascii files to project as tables


[step: 3] Select 'Data-Destination' (Tables)

by default Table is selected 'Data-Source.To' interface:

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if Data-Source.From: = “Table” \\ and Data-Source.To: = “File” \\ than EXPORT tables as ascii files



[step: 4] Select 'Input-File-Structure' (ASCii & 4)


by default ASCii with 4 columns is selected in 'Input-File-Structure' interface:

   In current example we will use 'ASCii' format to read data but several another formats could be here selected: 'ASCii+Header', 'canvas-1d-xml', 'NIST'.









[step: 5] Name of the generated table could be adjusted in 'Name Structure' interface

Here you can select indexing option; make table name with number extracted from file name; ...




[step: 6] 'Process Data'
Push 'Process Data':


Select files:


Generated tables will be hidden in the current folder of the project:

ascii-sans-1d.txt · Last modified: 2021/07/28 14:40 by Vitaliy Pipich