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    33This wiki and subversion repository browser are for software developed and managed by the SANS group at the NIST Center for Neutron Scattering. 
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    5 The NCNR has a long history of providing easy to use data reduction and analysis tools to its users. In the case of the SANS and USANS instruments, this is through a set of macros and functions implemented using the IGOR Pro™ package from Wavemetrics Inc, which is a general purpose plotting and data analysis package with a rich in-built programming language. 
     5The NCNR has a long history of providing easy to use data reduction and analysis tools to its users. In the case of the SANS, USANS, and VSANS instruments, this is through a set of macros and functions implemented using the IGOR Pro™ package from Wavemetrics Inc, which is a general purpose plotting and data analysis package with a rich in-built programming language. 
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    77Our current focus is to support the development of software to support the newly-commissioned VSANS instrument at the NCNR. The broad and flexible capabilities of the VSANS instrument provide opportunities for new science, leading to the development of new tools for processing and analyzing this data. 
     
    2222[http://danse.chem.utk.edu/trac/export/1144/sans/Dev/tags/VSANS_Reduction_Documentation.pdf VSANS Reduction Documentation][[BR]] 
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    25 '''SANS Reduction and Analysis Web Page'''[[BR]] 
    26 [https://www.nist.gov/ncnr/data-reduction-analysis/sans-software NCNR SANS Reduction][[BR]] 
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    6562 * [http://danse.chem.utk.edu] 
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     64'''SANS Reduction and Analysis Web Page'''[[BR]] 
     65[https://www.nist.gov/ncnr/data-reduction-analysis/sans-software NCNR SANS Reduction][[BR]] 
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    6768Please contact Steve Kline ([mailto:Steven.kline@nist.gov] ) with any questions.