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Figure 9
MeshBest analysis of the mesh scan of thaumatin crystals harvested in a way which produces a crystal `mismash'. (a) A snapshot of the sample holder as mounted on the beamline goniometer; the red rectangle indicates the area of the mesh scan. (b) Cumulative DDV histogram used in multi-pattern diffraction analysis, with determined baseline regions marked with red circles. The blue line shows the fitted baseline of the cumulative histogram, the slope of which indicates the presence of multi-pattern diffraction in the images of the mesh scan. (c) Dozor-score heat map of the mesh scan. (d) A crystal map of the mesh scan generated by MeshBest. Two images from the positions indicated by white rectangles on the map are shown in (e) and (g). Their spot diagrams are shown in (f) and (h), respectively. The image in (e) is sampled from a multi-crystal diffraction zone (grey on the map), whereas the image in (g) is sampled from a region with single-crystal diffraction.

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