Provided by: pyfai_0.15.0+dfsg1-1_all bug


       MX-Calibrate - manual page for MX-Calibrate from pyFAI version 0.15.0: 30/01/2018


       usage: MX-Calibrate -w 1.54 -c CeO2 file1.cbf file2.cbf ...

       Calibrate  automatically a set of frames taken at various sample-detector distance. Return
       the linear regression of the fit in funtion of the samplesetector distance.

   positional arguments:
       FILE   List of files to calibrate

   optional arguments:
       -h, --help
              show this help message and exit

       -V, --version
              show program's version number and exit

       -v, --verbose
              switch to debug/verbose mode

       -c FILE, --calibrant FILE
              file containing d-spacing of the calibrant reference sample (MANDATORY)

       -w WAVELENGTH, --wavelength WAVELENGTH
              wavelength of the X-Ray beam in Angstrom

       -e ENERGY, --energy ENERGY
              energy of the X-Ray beam in keV (hc=12.398419739640717keV.A)

              polarization  factor,  from  -1  (vertical)  to  +1  (horizontal),  default  is  0,
              synchrotrons are around 0.95

       -b BACKGROUND, --background BACKGROUND
              Automatic background subtraction if no value are provided

       -d DARK, --dark DARK
              list of dark images to average and subtract

       -f FLAT, --flat FLAT
              list of flat images to average and divide

       -s SPLINE, --spline SPLINE
              spline file describing the detector distortion

       -p PIXEL, --pixel PIXEL
              size of the pixel in micron

              Detector name (instead of pixel size+spline)

       -m MASK, --mask MASK
              file containing the mask (for image reconstruction)

       --filter FILTER
              select the filter, either mean(default), max or median

       --saturation SATURATION
              consider all pixel>max*(1-saturation) as saturated and reconstruct them

       -r MAX_RINGS, --ring MAX_RINGS
              maximum number of rings to extract

              weight fit by intensity

       -l DISTANCE, --distance DISTANCE
              sample-detector distance in millimeter

       --tilt Allow initially detector tilt to be refined (rot1, rot2, rot3). Default: Activated

              Deactivated tilt refinement and set all rotation to 0

       --dist DIST
              sample-detector distance in meter

       --poni1 PONI1
              poni1 coordinate in meter

       --poni2 PONI2
              poni2 coordinate in meter

       --rot1 ROT1
              rot1 in radians

       --rot2 ROT2
              rot2 in radians

       --rot3 ROT3
              rot3 in radians

              fix the distance parameter

              free the distance parameter

              fix the poni1 parameter

              free the poni1 parameter

              fix the poni2 parameter

              free the poni2 parameter

              fix the rot1 parameter

              free the rot1 parameter

              fix the rot2 parameter

              free the rot2 parameter

              fix the rot3 parameter

              free the rot3 parameter

              fix the wavelength parameter

              free the wavelength parameter

              force the program to run without a Graphical interface

       --gui  force the program to run with a Graphical interface

              force the program to run and exit without prompting for refinements

              force the program to prompt for refinements

       --peak-picker PEAKPICKER
              Uses the 'massif', 'blob' or 'watershed' peak-picker algorithm (default: blob)

       This  tool  has  been  developed  for ESRF MX-beamlines where an acceptable calibration is
       usually present is the header of the image. PyFAI reads it and does a "recalib" on each of
       them before exporting a linear regression of all parameters versus this distance.


       The  full  documentation  for MX-Calibrate is maintained as a Texinfo manual.  If the info
       and MX-Calibrate programs are properly installed at your site, the command

              info MX-Calibrate

       should give you access to the complete manual.

MX-Calibrate from pyFAI version 0.15.0: 30February 2018                           MX-CALIBRATE(1)