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Instamatic

Instamatic Instamatic is a Python program that is being developed with the aim to automate the collection of electron diffraction data. At the core is a Python library for transmission electron microscope experimental control with bindings for the JEOL/FEI microscopes and interfaces to the gatan/timepix/tvips cameras. Routines have been implemented for collecting serial electron diffraction (serialED), continuous rotation electron diffraction (cRED), and stepwise rotation electron diffraction (RED) data. Instamatic is distributed as a portable stand-alone installation that includes all the needed libraries from: https://github.com/stefsmeets/instamatic/releases. However, the most up-to-date version of the code (including bugs!) is available from the github repository. Electron microscopes supported: JEOL microscopes with the TEMCOM library FEI microscopes via the scripting interface Cameras supported: ASI Timepix (including live-view GUI) Gatan cameras through DM plugin TVIPS cameras through EMMENU4 API Instamatic has been extensively tested on a JEOL-2100 with a Timepix camera, and is currently being developed on a JEOL-1400 and JEOL-3200 with TVIPS cameras (XF416/F416). References If you find this software useful, please consider citing one of the references below and/or refer to the source code in your publications: B. Wang, X. Zou, and S. Smeets, Automated serial rotation electron diffraction combined with cluster analysis: an efficient multi-crystal workflow for structure determination, IUCrJ (2019). 6, 1-14 M.O. Cichocka, J. Ångström, B. Wang, X. Zou, and S. Smeets, High-throughput continuous rotation electron diffraction data acquisition via software automation, J. Appl. Cryst. (2018). 51, 1652–1661 S. Smeets, X. Zou, and W. Wan, Serial electron crystallography for structure determination and phase analysis of nanocrystalline materials, J. Appl. Cryst. (2018). 51, 1262–1273  

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