application definition, extends NXobject


Application definition for any \(I(Q)\) data.


No symbol table
Groups cited:
NXdata, NXentry, NXinstrument, NXparameters, NXprocess, NXsample, NXsource


(entry): (required) NXentry

@entry: (required) NX_CHAR

title: (required) NX_CHAR

definition: (required) NX_CHAR

Official NeXus NXDL schema to which this file conforms

Obligatory value: NXiqproc

instrument: (required) NXinstrument

name: (required) NX_CHAR

Name of the instrument from which this data was reduced.

(source): (required) NXsource

type: (required) NX_CHAR

name: (required) NX_CHAR

probe: (required) NX_CHAR

Any of these values: neutron | x-ray | electron

(sample): (required) NXsample

name: (required) NX_CHAR

Descriptive name of sample

reduction: (required) NXprocess

program: (required) NX_CHAR

version: (required) NX_CHAR

input: (required) NXparameters

Input parameters for the reduction program used

filenames: (required) NX_CHAR

Raw data files used to generate this I(Q)

output: (required) NXparameters

Eventual output parameters from the data reduction program used

(data): (required) NXdata

data[NE, NQX, NQY]: (required) NX_INT

This is I(Q). The client has to analyse the dimensions of I(Q). Often, multiple I(Q) for various environment conditions are measured; that would be the first dimension. Q can be multidimensional, this accounts for the further dimensions in the data

variable[NE]: (required) NX_CHAR

@varied_variable: (required) NX_CHAR

The real name of the varied variable in the first dim of data, temperature, P, MF etc…

qx[NQX]: (required) NX_CHAR

Values for the first dimension of Q

qy[NQY]: (required) NX_CHAR

Values for the second dimension of Q
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