Examples

Own power spectrum (.hdf, .mrc, .jpg, .png, max 5MB) can be uploaded here for comparison. If not, just the simulated spectrum will be plotted.

Helical symmetry parameters are used to simulate a helical diffraction pattern. The layer lines are computed based on helical diffraction theory (Cochran, 1952)

A power spectrum can be uploaded (e.g. as .hdf or .mrc) and will be plotted alongside for comparison. Note that the correct pixelsize (corresponds to 0.5*Nyquist) in Angstrom is needed for correct alignment.

We assume that the upload is a square image. Uploads larger than 5 MB are not permitted. Please If no power spectrum is uploaded, just the simulation will be shown.

This tool (Author: Stefan Huber, 2017) is based on the program 'seglayer2lattice' from the SPRING software.

SPRING can be found here:

For questions and help please contact: carsten.sachse@embl.de

A power spectrum can be uploaded (e.g. as .hdf or .mrc) and will be plotted alongside for comparison. Note that the correct pixelsize (corresponds to 0.5*Nyquist) in Angstrom is needed for correct alignment.

We assume that the upload is a square image. Uploads larger than 5 MB are not permitted. Please If no power spectrum is uploaded, just the simulation will be shown.

This tool (Author: Stefan Huber, 2017) is based on the program 'seglayer2lattice' from the SPRING software.

SPRING can be found here:

For questions and help please contact: carsten.sachse@embl.de