|Status:||Archived||Start date:||14 Sep 2015|
|Target version:||Sprint 30|
Interesting comment from D. Kumar. They are going to get rid from the real space detector definition (pixel size, detector distance etc). And switch completely to Q-space. Their arguments: to define GISAXS detector in unambiguous way is pretty difficult. HipGISAXS is not data reduction software, we don't want to deal with variety of (beam position in some weird coordinates etc). At the end users want anyway to have a simulation in q-space.
It seems unnatural to implement the detector in this way. Getting intensity in q-space is rather part of data reduction.
#3 Updated by herck about 4 years ago
- Subject changed from Implement Q-space detector in kernel to Implement transformation to q-space for intensity image
- Status changed from Sprint to Backlog
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A possibility would be to plot lines of constant qy/qz on top of the planar detector image