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Three-dimensional Interactive Data Language pole figure visualization

  • Colleen S. Frazer (a1), Mark A. Rodriguez (a1) and Ralph G. Tissot (a1)

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The Interactive Data Language has been used to produce a software program capable of advanced three-dimensional visualizations of pole figure and θ-2θ data. The data can also be used to calculate quantitative properties such as strain level and to minimize the peak-height texture effects in individual θ-2θ scans. The collection of the large data sets necessary for the analyses is facilitated by use of a position sensitive detector or area detector.

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a)Electronic mail: csfraze@sandia.gov

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Three-dimensional Interactive Data Language pole figure visualization

  • Colleen S. Frazer (a1), Mark A. Rodriguez (a1) and Ralph G. Tissot (a1)

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