Crystallographic Electron Microscopy in Python.
pyXem is an open-source python library for crystallographic electron microscopy.
The package defines objects and functions for the analysis of numerous electron diffraction patterns and has been primarily developed as a platform for hybrid diffraction-imaging microscopy based on 4D scanning electron diffraction (SED) data.
Installation instructions, documentation and tutorial examples are available here .
If analysis using pyXem forms a part of published work please cite the DOI at the top of this page.
pyXem is released under the GPL v3 license.
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