The computer codes discussed in this appendix generate spectra, process spectral data, or calculate scattering cross sections or mean free paths. They are designed as a supplement to Digital Micrograph scripts (Mitchell and Schaffer, 2005) and can be downloaded from http://tem-eels.com or from http://tem-eels.ca
All are written in MATLAB script. A program to convert DigitalMicrograph data files into MATLAB format is available. As these programs may be updated from time to time, the description that follows in this appendix may not be exact.
KeywordsFree Path Inelastic Scattering Specimen Thickness Integration Window Slater Calculation
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