Yorick Based CCD analysis routines
The Yorick routines packaged as "coherent" are used to analyze small-angle x-ray scattering
data and x-ray photon correlation spectroscopy (XPCS) data.
" routines are hosted at Yale University.
The Yorick routines packaged as "coherent" can also be run on Windows
(though it is a little clumsier than on Unix-style computers).
The Windows distribution is hosted
Mark Sutton of McGill University has written a document
analytically describing expected x-ray speckle amplitudes and widths
for different scattering geometries.
has provided the Yorick code corresponding to the
key equations derived in this document.
These items are available
Yorick Home Page
Yorick is an interpreted programming language for data analysis and image processing
writen by David H. Munro from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
Yorick's home page
is now hosted at sourceforge though the
home pageseems to offer a bit
more. In particular, there is ready access to plug-ins at this page.