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clipper::datatypes::E_sigE< dtype > Class Template Reference

Reflection data type: E + sigE. More...

#include <hkl_datatypes.h>

Inheritance diagram for clipper::datatypes::E_sigE< dtype >:

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Public Member Functions

 E_sigE (const dtype &E, const dtype &sigE)
void set_null ()
 initialise to 'missing' (all elements are set to null)
void friedel ()
 apply Friedel transformation to the data
void shift_phase (const ftype &)
 apply phase shift to the data
bool missing () const
 return true if data is missing
void data_export (xtype array[]) const
 conversion to array (for I/O)
void data_import (const xtype array[])
 conversion from array (for I/O)
void scale (const ftype &s)
 this type is scalable - apply magnitude scale factor
const dtype & E () const
const dtype & sigE () const
dtype & E ()
dtype & sigE ()
const dtype & E_pl () const
const dtype & sigE_pl () const
const dtype & E_mi () const
const dtype & sigE_mi () const
dtype cov () const

Static Public Member Functions

static String type ()
 return the name of this data type
static int data_size ()
 return number of data elements in this type
static String data_names ()
 return names of data elements in this type

Detailed Description

template<class dtype>
class clipper::datatypes::E_sigE< dtype >

Reflection data type: E + sigE.

This is not strictly a type for storing E values, but rather a type for storing any sturcture factor magnitude-like quantity which has already had a symmetry enhancement factor (epsilon) removed from it. E's are most commonly stored in this form, wheras F's and U's are not. You can compute corrected F's from uncorrected F's using:

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