Welcome to Atomap’s documentation!¶
2017-11-16: Atomap 0.1.0 released!
We are happy to announce a new Atomap release. It includes a major makeover of the tutorial, start with Finding the atom lattice. New features in this release are methods for finding atomic column intensity, new and simple plotting tools and a module for generating test data.
2017-07-03: version 0.0.8 released!
New features: ability to process dumbbell structures, fitting of multiple 2D Gaussians at the same time, improved background subtraction during 2D Gaussian fitting, and processing of nanoparticles.
Atomap is a Python library for analysing atomic resolution scanning transmission electron microscopy images. It relies in fitting 2-D Gaussian functions to every atomic column in an image, and automatically find all major symmetry axes. The full procedure is explained in the article Atomap: a new software tool for the automated analysis of atomic resolution images using two-dimensional Gaussian fitting.
Atomap is under development and still in alpha, so bugs and errors can be expected. Bug reports and feature requests are welcome on the issue tracker. Contributors are welcome too!
If you publish scientific articles using Atomap, please consider citing the article Atomap: a new software tool for the automated analysis of atomic resolution images using two-dimensional Gaussian fitting. (M. Nord et al, Advanced Structural and Chemical Imaging 2017 3:9)
Atomap is available under the GNU GPL v3 license. The source code is found in the GitLab repository.
Contents on this webpage¶
- Start Atomap
- Finding the atom lattice
- Analysing atom lattices
- Automation of the analysis
- Nanoparticle example
- Making datasets for testing
- Plotting for publications
- Become a contributor
- Development guide
- API documentation