The XAS team are interested in any feedback of your experience using the software. Please send bug reports and suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Sakura depends on Python 2.7 and the Python scientific software modules listed here to operate. However, the standalone versions for Windows and Mac OS X do not require a separately installed Python distribution. But if you decide to download the source code version, you probably also need to install a Python distribution first (like EPD free or Canopy) to satisfy the dependencies.
- Sakura application (standalone): Windows Installer
Mac OS X (standalone application)
- Sakura application: MAC OS X Disk Image (dmg)
Mac OS X (source code)
Linux (source code)
- Python distribution: EPD free (Linux 32bit) / EPD free (Linux 64bit)
- Sakura application: Zip archive (Windows, Linux, Mac)
- Reads step-mode (.mda file) and mapping-mode data (.mda+.nc files) generated at the Australian Synchrotron's XAS beamline.
- Exports columnar ASCII.
- Supports normalisation of data to internally available data channels.
- Cross-platform. Runs on Windows/Mac OSX/Linux
- Released under the Modified BSD-license.
To learn more, visit the documentation at http://sakura.readthedocs.org.
Peter Kappen peter _dot_ kappen _at_ synchrotron.org.au, Australian Synchrotron
Gary Ruben, Victorian eResearch Strategic Initiative (VeRSI)
Recognition of NeCTAR funding
The Australian Synchrotron is proud to be in partnership with the National eResearch Collaboration Tools and Resources (NeCTAR) project to develop eResearch Tools for the synchrotron research community. This will enable our scientific users to have instant access to the results of data during the course of their experiment which will facilitate better decision making and also provide the opportunity for ongoing data analysis via remote access.