The beginner's guide to SAXS data processing and analysis
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The popularity of small angle x-ray scattering (SAXS) has increased dramatically over the last decade. Despite an influx of researchers to the field, there is still no comprehensive guide for processing data available. This presents a large barrier to researchers who are not experienced structural biologists, or are otherwise unfamiliar with SAXS data processing. This guide is a complete walkthrough for small angle scattering data processing using the ATSAS software package. The purpose of this guide is: to provide researchers who have no experience in SAXS data processing with an easy to follow document that will help introduce them to the field and allow them to correctly process data. The specific focus is on processing SAXS and WAXS data sets to determine structural information and generate 3D models.