Example 6

GIP displays reciprocal space information

GIP does in reciprocal space what PIG does in real space. It provides views of systematic trends in scattering sphere. Symmetry planes can be viewed, rotated and zoomed. The Ewald sphere can also be viewed for specified reflections. Reflection properties may be viewed, as well as derived quantities such as Fo-Fc, (Fo-Fc)/s2 and (Fo-<Fo>)/s2.

This mode requires the crystal-based azimuthal psi angle to be present and the program CBAZA adds this to the archive.