The versatility of SANS as a technique has resulted in a plethora of analysis techniques (and software packages) for a variety of different purposes.
'Quick-and-dirty' analyses include simple linearisations like the Guinier, Zimm and Kratky plots. More common are model-fitting approaches using programs like Fish or SASView. Materials scientists find correlation function analyses helpful, whilst biological scientists prefer indirect transform approaches, debye spheres modelling and even full structural modelling using, for example, PDB coordinates.
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