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pyFAI-integrate - GUI tool for configuring azimuthal integration on series of files.


usage: pyFAI-integrate [options] file1.edf file2.edf ...

PyFAI-integrate is a graphical interface (based on Python/Qt4) to perform azimuthal integration on a set of files. It exposes most of the important options available within pyFAI and allows you to select a GPU (or an openCL platform) to perform the calculation on.

positional arguments:

Files to be integrated

optional arguments:

show this help message and exit
show program's version number and exit
switch to verbose/debug mode
Set logging system in debug mode
Directory or file where to store the output data
output data format (can be HDF5)
Dimension of the scan on the slow direction (makes sense only with HDF5)
Dimension of the scan on the fast direction (makes sense only with HDF5)
Process the dataset without showing the user interface.
Configuration file containing the processing to be done
Name of the monitor in the header of each input files. If defined the contribution of each input file is divided by the monitor. If the header does not contain or contains a wrong value, the contribution of the input file is ignored. On EDF files, values from 'counter_pos' can be accessed by using the expected mnemonic. For example 'counter/bmon'.
Delete the destination file if already exists
Append the processing to the destination file using an available group (HDF5 output)
Overwrite the entry of the destination file if it already exists (HDF5 output)

PyFAI-integrate saves all parameters in a .azimint.json (hidden) file. This JSON file is an ascii file which can be edited and used to configure online data analysis using the LImA plugin of pyFAI. Nota: there is bug in debian6 making the GUI crash (to be fixed inside pyqt)

November 2021 pyFAI-integrate version 0.20.0 from 21/01/2021