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Figure 3
Matrix-cluster solutions decomposed into two dimensions, showing one strong (denoted by blue circles) and one weak solution (denoted by red circles) on the same image. Darker areas show matrices which have a high number of neighbouring solutions within an 8° angle, whereas yellow solutions have the lowest number of neighbours within the 8° angle and are likely to be noise. Both circles correspond to solutions which lead to a successful, unique indexing solution. Each solution has six symmetry-related solutions generated by indexing relative to geometrically equivalent axes. The image is from a CPV17 sample at 101.2 mm.

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Volume 72| Part 8| August 2016| Pages 956-965
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