The official documentation for ESCAPE modules lives here.
If you don’t have background on the Python language, you might be interested in these tutorials:
Despite the fact that ESCAPE can be used in python command line directly, we recommend to start with Jupyter project, particularly with Jupyter notebooks.
We encourage you to start learning ESCAPE with our list of example notebooks. The core notebooks briefly explain the philosophy of the project, and give an overview about key entities and features.
The scattering notebooks povide an introduction to scattering applications currently covered by ESCAPE. We update and improve example notebooks continuously.
You can download all available notebooks from our repository: https://gitlab.com/escape-projects/escape-notebooks.
- SAXS. Bimodal silica particles
- SAXS. Disperse gold particles.
- SAXS. Branched polymer.
- Gamma emissions under grazing incidence. Resonance-enhanced standing waves.
- Specular reflectivity. Example 1.
- Specular reflectivity. Example 2.
- Polarized neutron reflectivity
- High resolution X-ray diffraction
- 3D structures. Small Angle Scattering. Example 1.
- 3D structures. Small Angle Scattering. Example 2.