On 04/09/12 12:32, Boaz Shaanan wrote:
> How about such a footnote to Table 1:
> "The resolution of data is 3A in the a direction, 3.5A in b direction and 5A in the c direction"
> Wouldn't this do the trick?
Usually there's a requirement for a table of statistics, including
completeness and R in the outer shell. In the case of anisotropic data,
what constitutes the outer shell?
This is not a rhetorical question, I have some anisotropic data myself
and will be facing these questions when it comes time to publish.
This looks like a good place to plug the UCLA MBI Diffraction Anisotropy
Server, which I found to be useful:
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David J. Schuller
modern man in a post-modern world
MacCHESS, Cornell University
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