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Re: old data

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Pedro Matias <[log in to unmask]>

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Pedro Matias <[log in to unmask]>

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It helps to know the filename extension. Opening the image with adxv may
also provide clues as to the detector type.

Às 09:42 de 31/01/2019, [log in to unmask] escreveu:
> Hi Dean
>
> Usually there is a serial number buried somewhere in the header - many are text headers though some have TIFF format binary headers. Often a timestamp as well though this is less common
>
> From there biosync may help e.g.
>
> http://biosync.sbkb.org/beamlineupdatehistory.jsp?region=european&synch_id=esrf&bmln_name=BM14&height=400&width=600
>
> (the list of ESRF MX beamlines is short so should not be too painful)
>
> Knowing the format, filename you can probably pin it down or if you share a little more info someone on the BB will know
>
> All the best Graeme
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>
>
> On 31 Jan 2019, at 09:38, Dean Derbyshire <[log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>> wrote:
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> maybe a silly question it there a data base or other way to tell what detector was used to collect historic data. Image header isn’t hugely helpful
> ESRF is all I know for the source but I’d like to know what the detector was at the time… - I’m talking 2005-2010
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