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pyxem - Crystallographic Electron Microscopy in Python

pyxem is an organisation that develops open-source Python libraries for electron microscopy. The packages were originally developed as a platform for hybrid diffraction-imaging microscopy based on scanning electron diffraction (SED) data, but they now do a wide range of things! However, the largest package remains the eponyomous one: pyxem - which is focussed on scanning diffraction.

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News

  • 16/09/2020 - diffsims v0.3.0 has been released

  • 24/08/2020 - welcoming kikuchipy to the pyxem family

  • 20/08/2020 - orix v0.4.0 has been released

  • 08/08/2020 - pyxem v0.12.1 has been released

  • 08/01/2020 - Manuscript describing orix is now avaliable on the arXiv (https://arxiv.org/abs/2001.02716)

pyxem packages

The following packages are developed by the pyxem team:

pyxem - for processing and analysing scanning diffraction data.

diffsims - for creating diffraction simulations.

orix - for quaternion, rotation, and orientation handling in Python.

kikuchipy - for processing and analysing EBSD data.

other important packages

These packages are central to the scientific functionality of pyxem:

  • HyperSpy for multi-dimensional data handling.

  • DiffPy - for atomic structure manipulation.

Warning

All parts of the pyxem project are under continual development and there may be bugs. As such please use all methods with care.