[phenixbb] map scaling: sigma or volume scaled
Edward A. Berry
BerryE at upstate.edu
Wed Mar 6 20:04:14 PST 2013
Pavel Afonine wrote:
> Hi Ed,
> volume scaling - simply normalizing map coefficients by unit cell volume
> (as opposed to normalizing by standard deviations, which "sigma scaling").
Does that mean the map values will be in electrons/A**3?
(Apart from the zero-average offset due to no Fooo term?)
> On 3/6/13 7:43 PM, Edward A. Berry wrote:
>> map scaling can be defined: sigma or volume scaled
>> Maybe another dumb question, but what is volume scaling?
>> For 2mFo-DFc and mFo-DFc maps.
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