[phenixbb] "Negative reflections" (previously Are sigma cutoffs for R-free reflections cheating?)

Alexandre OURJOUMTSEV sacha at igbmc.fr
Fri Dec 4 23:06:04 PST 2009

Hi, Ed and Pavel,> No, of course. I was just wondering how better (and what is > "better" in  this case) the refinement results will be if one includes the > negative (zero) reflections into the process of refinement, and did > anyone clearly demonstrate it. Can the work below help your discussion?Best regards,Sacha=============Acta Cryst. (1978). A34, 517-525    [ doi:10.1107/S0567739478001114 ]On the treatment of negative intensity observationsS.  French and K.  Wilson
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