Join us on March 23rd to learn more about RAPD from Northeastern Collaborative Access Team (NE-CAT) Assistant Director Frank Murphy. RAPD is new software for automated MX data analysis.
RAPD - New software for automated MX data analysis
Host: Jason Key
Abstract: RAPD is software for the orchestration of real time analysis and structure solution of MX data. RAPD was designed with the synchrotron user in mind, and has been in continuous use at NE-CAT for more than 5 years. As we approach a general distribution of RAPD to beamlines and single users, I will describe the software’s current capabilities and usage, complete with a live demo.
RAPD project site: https://github.com/RAPD/RAPD
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