The GILDA Beamline, a collaborative Italian research project, is a general purpose beamline using a bending magnet source. It is mainly dedicated to the investigation of local structures.
The GILDA Beamline API provides methods for calculations in Synchrotron Radiation X-ray science and structural modelization.
The parameters are passed in REST form and the response is JSON.
A first series of methods deals with ion chambers permitting to calculate absorpion, gas pressure and read photon flux. A second series is devoted to structural modelization via the Bond Valence Method.
This is a freely accessible API that requires no authentication.
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