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Re: [ccp4bb]: Printing diffraction images

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 IPDISP can save your images into ps-file.

>Hi y'all!
>Does anyone have a jiffy that reads in diffraction images (R-AXIS IV, 
>MAR, etc.) and converts them into TIFF, PostScript, etc. for 
>convenient printing? I am fed up with having to take a lousy screen 
>shot (that I have to manipulate even further, sigh) when I want to 
>show non-structural-biologists how their crystals diffract. Ideally, 
>such a jiffy would allow specifying the beam center, distance and 
>wavelength to draw resolution circles.
>Anyone else fed up as well, or am I just lazy (I know that I am)?
>Mischa Machius, PhD
>Assistant Professor
>University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
>Department of Biochemistry
>5323 Harry Hines Blvd.                                Tel: +1 214 648 9760
>L4.250                                                Fax: +1 214 648 8954
>Dallas, TX 75390-9038, U.S.A.     Email: Mischa.Machius@UTSouthwestern.edu

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