Experience with exchange and archiving of raw data: comparison of data from two diffractometers and four software packages on a series of lysozyme crystals

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The International Union of Crystallography has for many years been advocating archiving of raw data to accompany structural papers. Recently, it initiated the formation of the Diffraction Data Deposition Working Group with the aim of developing standards for the representation of these data. A means of studying this issue is to submit exemplar publications… (More)

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@inproceedings{Tanley2013ExperienceWE, title={Experience with exchange and archiving of raw data: comparison of data from two diffractometers and four software packages on a series of lysozyme crystals}, author={Simon W. M. Tanley and Antoine M. M. Schreurs and John R. Helliwell and Loes M. J. Kroon-Batenburg}, booktitle={Journal of applied crystallography}, year={2013} }