(a) Typical diffraction pattern converted to d spacings and Cartesian coordinates: azimuthal angle η over the range 1.0 < d < 4.4 Å. Intensities are represented by different colors: from lowest to highest intensity in the linear scale, black (0 counts), blue, green, yellow, orange, brown, red, purple, white (> 240 counts). The peak intensities nearly saturate the detector. (b) Sinogram [intensity (color) as a function of position and rotation angle] of SiC 10.2 diffracted intensity. The color bar inset on the left shows maximum to minimum diffracted intensities in the sinogram. The intensity scale is linear and runs from 0 to 100.