16-19 October 2016
Copenhagen University
Europe/Copenhagen timezone

Event Processing Neutron Powder Diffraction Data with Mantid

17 Oct 2016, 17:00
1h 30m
Marble Hall (Copenhagen University)

Marble Hall

Copenhagen University

Thorvaldsensvej 40
Board: 12
Poster Posters


Dr. Peter Peterson (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)


Mantid[1] is a joint collaboration between ESS, ISIS and ORNL. One of the main features of this framework is the possibility to use event data. Event data allows using novel techniques, such as asynchronous parameter scans, including temperature, magnetic field, and pump probed experiments. Mantid allows for the separation of measurement setup from the way the data is processed and, ultimately, analyzed. For example, a user can measure data while ramping a temperature and select, in reduction, what temperature ranges are grouped together. These capabilities unlock new possibilities for powder diffraction measurements. [1] http://www.mantidproject.org

Primary author

Dr. Peter Peterson (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)


Dr. Ashfia Huq (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) Dr. Daniel Olds (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) Dr. James Neilson (Colorado State University) Dr. Katharine Page (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) Dr. Pamela Whitfield (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) Dr. Wenduo Zhou (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)

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