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Figure 9
Effect of the systematic skipping of frames on data quality. Both lys_2 (a, b, c) and ins_1 (d, e, f) data sets were analyzed similarly. Taking SUM40 as a reference, the skipping of broad wedges of data (20 of every 40 frames; SUM20SKIP20) was compared with the skipping of thin wedges (one of every two frames and sum 20 together; 20SUM1SKIP1). (c) and (f) are a graphical illustration of the importance of good sampling of the rocking curve (mosaicity). The white bars represent the removed data in the case of SUM20SKIP20.

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Volume 72| Part 9| September 2016| Pages 1036-1048
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