4. After Your Beamtime
09 Dec 2020
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Once your experiment has finished, the next stage is to analyse and publish the data.

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Two users analysing data

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​Access to data

​Access to your data for analysis is available through IDAaaS​. Our data analysis page will give you more information about how to access IDAaaS and what to do if you experience any issues. 

All data produced at ISIS is catalogued into ICAT – the ISIS Data Catalogue. You can log in to ICAT using either your STFC account (federal id) or your ISIS proposal system account email address.​​​

A DOI is issued for every experiment run at ISIS. Citing the relevant DOI in publications provides a link from the publication back to the ISIS data. This enables the data source of the publication to be demonstrated; and enables ISIS to find publications more easily. We would like to have every publication arising from ISIS beamtime to cite at least one data DOI.

Experimental Report

An experimental report​ must be submitted within three months of the experiment having been completed. Reports are intended as interim summaries of the measurements made during an ISIS experiment and as such do not necessarily need to contain the final conclusions or data analysis. They should however record the outcome of the experiment.

Claiming expenses

Expenses Claims must be submitted within 60 days of the expenditure.​ Claim forms for users from both within and outside the UK can be found on our dedicated expenses page​. ​

Expenses for consumables must be submitted within three months of the experiment through the online proposal system; claims submitted after this time will not be accepted.​

Materials to help you talk about ISIS ​​

​We have a number of materials available​ that include videos and animations that ​you can use to present externally. 

Contact: de Laune, Rosie (STFC,RAL,ISIS)