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Figure 4
Effect of the procedure on the integrated intensities before scaling and merging. The average change in the integrated unmerged intensities (blue curve) is smoothly varying as a function of resolution. Except for at the lowest resolutions, the intensities are consistently lower in the corrected data, and the magnitude of the difference increases with resolution. The horizontal dotted line at 〈IcorrectedIuncorrected〉 = 1 is added to aid comparison. The fraction of negative intensities is larger in the corrected data (orange curve) than in the uncorrected data (black curve). The difference increases steadily until just beyond the edge of the detector, which is marked by a vertical dotted line.

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Volume 49| Part 3| June 2016| Pages 1029-1034
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