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IntroductionΒΆ

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pyXem is an open-source Python library for crystallographic electron microscopy. The code is primarily developed as a platform for hybrid diffraction-imaging microscopy based on scanning (precession) electron diffraction (S(P)ED) data. This approach may be illustrated schematically, as follows: |

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pyXem builds heavily on the tools for multi-dimensional data analysis provided by the HyperSpy library and draws on DiffPy for atomic structure manipulation. pyXem is released under the GPL v3 license. One can find citation information, installation instructions and credits at our github page here. This website outlines some of the basic functionality avaliable in pyxem.

Warning

The pyXem project is under development and there will be bugs. All methods must be used with care.