DPDAK is an open source (GPL) tool developed for (online) analysis of large sequences of small angle scattering data - but can be used for other data as well. It is written in Python and runs on Windows and Linux. The development is a cooperation between DESY and MPIKG.
The standard SAXS/WAXS integration and calibration uses algorithms from the pyFAI package by Jerome Kieffer (ESRF). The SAXS Integration (Fit2D) uses Fit2D software developed by Dr. Andy Hammersley (ESRF).
The latest release is 1.2.0:
- Complete Windows version
- Linux source code from DESY's Git repository
- as tar ball or via the command line: git clone https://stash.desy.de/scm/dpdak/dpdak.git; cd dpdak; git checkout v1_2_0
For changes with respect to the previous version v1.0.0, please read the Release Notes v1.2.0.
You can find older releases at the Download page or in the Git repository.