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Module for loading, interpolating and plotting data taken at the SGM Beamline at the Canadian Light Source.

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Helper module for working with data from the SGM Beamline


Using pip:

pip install sgm-data

or from source:

git clone ./sgmdata
cd sgmdata
python install


First import the package, and select data to load in.

import sgmdata 
data = sgmdata.SGMData(["file1.hdf5", "file2.hdf5", "..."])

This will identify the independent axis, signals and other data within the files listed. The file load list also works with hsds domains.

data = sgmdata.SGMData(["", "..."])

Useful functions:

data.scans  #contains a dictionary of the identified data arrays loaded from your file list
data.interpolate(start=270, stop=2000, resolution=0.5) #bin the data in scans dictionary and interpolates missing points
data.mean() #average data with the same sample name, and spec command together. 

Working with individual scans:

df = data.scans['FilePrefix'].entry1.interpolate(start=270, stop=2000, resolution=0.1) #bin data for a single scan.
df2 = data.scans['FilePrefix'].entry1.fit_mcas() #perform batch gaussian fitting of interpolated SDD signal

Plotting (with Bokeh):


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