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Figure 5
Rmerge and 〈I/σ(I)〉 plotted against resolution shells. Statistics of CCD and CMOS data are plotted as open circles and open triangles, respectively. Open rectangles represent the CCD data collected to examine the effect of radiation damage. The open diamonds shown in (c) and (d) represent CMOS data collected with a rotation step of 0.1° frame−1; the other data were collected with a rotation step of 0.5° frame−1. The differences in the measurement conditions in (a), (b) and (c), (d) are the size of the crystal and the attenuator thickness; the diffraction intensity of data (c), (d) is stronger than that of data (a), (b). The data-set names in the graph legends are composed of the detector type, CCD or CMOS, and the data-collection sequence – for example, CMOS2 is the second data set recorded with the CMOS detector. This nomenclature is also used in Figs. 6[link]–8[link][link].

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