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### started radial_profile documentation

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 ... ... @@ -326,7 +326,7 @@ "title": "Radial Profile", "tags": [], "description": "", "content": "Notebook name: radial_profile.ipynb\n" "content": " Notebook name: radial_profile.ipynb\nDescription This notebook allows you to display and export the radial profile of a set of images. Radial profile means that, after defining the center of your profile region, the closest pixel to the center will produces the first data point. Then the next ones will produces the second data point (average counts over the set of each pixels).\nConfusing!\nWell the following drawings should help you understand how that works.\nFull circle Step1: User defined the center of the profile (Red pixel in this example) Step2: User defined the sector to use (in this case, we used the entire sector 0 -\u0026gt; 360degrees) Program then calculate the position of each pixel relative to the new center defined Program order the pixels by their distance relative to the center. All the pixels at the same distance from the center will have their counts averaged. Profile of Counts vs pixel index position is then calculated. Sector Step1: User defined the center of the profile (Red pixel in this example) Step2: User defined the sector to use Program keeps only the pixel that are within the sector defined Program then calculate the position of each pixel relative to the new center defined Program order the pixels by their distance relative to the center. All the pixels at the same distance from the center will have their counts averaged. Profile of Counts vs pixel index position is then calculated. Start the notebook If you need help accessing this notebook, check the How To \u0026gt; Start the python notebooks tutorial.\nSelect your IPTS Need help using the IPTS selector?\n Select Images to Process Select the images you want to process using the File Selector. Once you click the Select button, the time stamp and the images will be automatically loaded. Wait for the progress bar to be done.\nNeed help using the File Selector?\n Profile UI Presentation Comig Soon\n" }, { "uri": "/en/tutorial/notebooks/bin_images/", ... ...