Synchrotron image corrections and azimuthal integration
DescriptionSPD stands for SPatial Distortion. Written in C language, this command-line driven program deals with images coming from X-ray diffusion/diffraction experiments. It does subsequently:
*intensity corrections (dark current, flat field correction, ...),
*geometry corrections using spline files or a pair of distortion arrays,
*azimuthal integration in 2D or 1D after maskin defective pixels.SPD was originally written by Jorg Klora for ESRF and was re-written by Peter Boesecke. Maintenance and packaging of the program are provided by Rainer Wilcke and Jerome Kieffer from software group at ESRF.
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