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Figure 6
Comparison of anomalous peak heights for various data-collection strategies. The anomalous peak heights for the first 100 peaks are shown for four data-collection strategies for T2R-TTL data sets: (i) high dose, low multiplicity, single orientation at a single crystal location (red), (ii) low dose, high multiplicity, multiple orientation at a single crystal location (brick), (iii) merging high-dose, single-orientation data from three crystals (blue) and (iv) merging low-dose, multiple-orientation data from three crystals (green). For each crystal, data were collected with the same dose at two well separated positions. The dotted line marks the 10σ threshold. The arrows point to the last peak above 10σ and show the number of sites above this threshold.

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ISSN: 2059-7983
Volume 72| Part 3| March 2016| Pages 421-429
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