Library for processing scanning transmission electron microscopy data acquired using a pixelated detector
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Python library for analysing pixelated scanning transmission electron microscopy (STEM) datasets. Pixelated STEM is using a 2D detector to image the convergent beam electron pattern generated by the electron beam after passing through a material.
The library has implemented several common functions used with these types of datasets, like radial integration and center of mass. These are implemented as HyperSpy-type signals, where these new signals both inherit the old methods and add many new ones.
The easiest way is installing using with pip:
pip3 install pixstem
import numpy as np import pixstem.api as ps s = ps.PixelatedSTEM(np.random.random(size=(5, 5, 10, 10))) s_r = s.radial_integration()
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