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RixsToolBox: software for the analysis of soft X-ray RIXS data acquired with 2D detectors


Minola,  M.
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Kummer, K., Tamborrino, A., Amorese, A., Minola, M., Braicovich, L., Brookes, N., et al. (2017). RixsToolBox: software for the analysis of soft X-ray RIXS data acquired with 2D detectors. Journal of Synchrotron Radiation, 24, 531-536.

Cite as: https://hdl.handle.net/21.11116/0000-000E-D136-9
A software with a graphical user interface has been developed with the aim of facilitating the data analysis for users of a new resonant inelastic X-ray scattering (RIXS) spectrometer installed at the ESRF beamline ID32. The software is organized in modules covering all relevant steps in the data reduction from a stack of several hundred two-dimensional CCD images to a single RIXS spectrum. It utilizes both full charge integration and single-photon centroiding to cope with high-flux and high-resolution requirements. Additional modules for further data analysis and the extraction of instrumental parameters are available. The software has been in routine use for about a year now and in that time many additional features have been incorporated. It now meets the users' need for an easy-to-use data analysis tool that allows looking at and understanding data as it is acquired and thus steering users' experiments more efficiently.