QtiSAS (previously QtiKWS) is the cross-compiled program designed for the graphical visualisation, reduction, analysis, and fit of data produced by a small-angle neutron scattering (SANS) instrument.
Initially QtiSAS was developed to analyse data “produced” by SANS instruments of the Jülich Centre for Neutron Science JCNS at the high flux reactor FRMII at Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Zentrum MLZ in Garching (Germany)
but most of tools could be used for data analysis generated by any SANS instrument or data having nothing to do with SANS.
QtiKWS is forked from the free software package QtiPlot (v.0.8.9) and QtiSAS is forked from QtiPlot v.0.8.9.9 (2012, last open-source version).
QtiPlot (until 2012) was open source platform independent alternative to proprietary scientific software like Origin, SigmaPlot, Regressi or Igor Pro.
The numerical routines have been written in C/C++ whereas the menu interface has been written in Qt/C++. GNU-licensed mathematical library GSL is used for the implementation of mathematical algorithms.
Tables, matrixes, 2D and 3D graphs could be saved as a single project file and easy accessible by the built project explorer.
qtisas.txt · Last modified: 2021/02/24 23:15 by Vitaliy Pipich