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Display and compare multiple diffraction patterns

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In addition to the main experimental diffraction pattern (the so-called "anchor pattern"), it is possible to import additional patterns, and to display them on top of the main experimental pattern. For example, this can be useful if you have collected several data sets and would like to use these different patterns to decide if a certain peak is present or not.

By default, multiple diffraction patterns are stacked on top of each other. However, you can reduce the stacking distance between diffraction patterns manually step by step up to a complete overlap with the anchor pattern at the bottom. In order to do so, press the Ctrl- (Cmd-) key along with '-' (or '+' vice versa), run the corresponding command(s) from the View/Pattern menu, or move the mouse cursor to the right of the diffraction pattern and turn the mouse wheel.

Here is an example what it looks like when two additional patterns have been imported:

Screen shot displaying several experimental diffraction patterns on top of each other.

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