Time-resolved SAXS data processor

The time-resolved SAXS experiments at BioCAT often contain a hundred or more images in a single scan of the channel or single-shot of a stopped-flow device.  There are typically fifty or more scans in each experiment.  To facilitate the processing of this type of data we have written software that will automatically apply I0/I1 correction and perform background correction.  The software will also automatically calculate the radius of gyration and zero angle scatteringintensity using the AutoRg routine by the Svergun group.  The user also has the option to plot the data in various ways and perform an SVD analysis.

Download for Mac OS X here.