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Figure 3
Comparison of the anomalous signal strength (Sano) and anomalous correlation coefficient (CCano) for thaumatin at 4.57 keV. (a) Data sets with different numbers of images were processed using old and new versions of partialator from the CrystFEL software suite, with and without post-refinement and partiality correction. Sano is significantly larger when the newer version of post-refinement and partiality correction is used (green circles), as compared with the older version (purple triangles) and the newer version with only scaling (orange squares). (b) Similarly, CCano from 50 000 randomly selected thaumatin 4.57 keV diffraction images is higher when the newer version of CrystFEL with post-refinement and partiality correction is used on the same data set (green circles).

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