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(a) Work- and dataflow during a synchrotron experiment with online data analysis by DPDAK. Devices at the beamline produce a constant raw data flow. The raw data (detector images, motor positions) are read instantly by the DPDAK framework. Depending on the used plug-ins, a resulting data set of reduced data (curves, maps, scalar values etc.) is produced and stored in a database. The results can be accessed by the user via the GUI. (b) Screenshot of DPDAK during online analysis of SAXS on bone at the BESSY μSpot beamline (data presented in Fig. 2[link]). The left side shows the user interface with file path, sequence and several evaluation parameters. The right side shows four plots representing details of the evaluation of the SAXS data: upper left is a radial integration, upper right the same data in a log–log plot, lower left shows a Porod plot and lower right a Kratky plot.

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