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Library for analysing atomic resolution images

Project description

Atomap

Webpage: https://atomap.org

Webpage (development version): https://gitlab.com/atomap/atomap/builds/artifacts/master/file/public_development/index.html?job=pages_development

Atomap is a Python library for analysing atomic resolution scanning transmission electron microscopy images. It relies on fitting 2-D Gaussian functions to every atomic column in an image, and automatically finding all the atomic planes with the largest spacings.

Installing

The easiest way is via PyPI:

pip3 install atomap

More install instructions: http://atomap.org/install.html

Using

import atomap.api as am
sublattice = am.dummy_data.get_simple_cubic_sublattice()
sublattice.construct_zone_axes()
sublattice.refine_atom_positions_using_center_of_mass()
sublattice.plot()

More information on how to use Atomap: http://atomap.org/start_atomap.html

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