A variety of resources are available to the small angle community. Several are provided here.
- A compilation of vacancies in SAXS/SANS, GISAXS/GISANS, XR/NR & SESANS/SERGIS/SESAME
- Online collaborative graduate education course "Neutrons in Soft Matter Science: Complex Materials on Mesoscopic Scales" run by Oak Ridge National Laboratory and University of Tennessee (starts Fall 2013)
- A nice neutron and X-ray SLD calculator based on code produced in the NSF DANSE project
- NIST also has a SLD calculator as well as a table of neutron scattering lengths
- Other NIST tools on the web
- Manfred Kriechbaum's scattering simulations and animations
- Andrej Sali's Fast Online saXS (FoXS) curve calculator
- A series of tools for X-ray anomalous scattering resources (primarily for crystallography) are available from this site
- A peptide property calculator which can calculate amino acid volumes is available from Northwestern University
- An online protein neutron scattering length density calculator is available from ISIS
- MULCH: ModULes For The Analysis Of Contrast Variation Data, is a powerful set of modules for use in calculating protein scattering contrasts for SANS
- Steen Hansen's BayesApp tools for calculating scattering, structure factors, and distance distribution functions
- Brian Pauw's weblog about his experiences as a practitioner of small-angle scattering.
- The CanSAS-NeXus NXcanSAS HDF5 nD reduced data format
- The CanSAS SASXML 1D reduced data format
- A web form for converting 3-column ASCII CSV (eg, Q, I(Q), Ierror) data into the CanSAS SASXML 1D format
- A compilation of references to scattering form factors compiled by Adrian Rennie.
- A link to the SasView fitting model documentation.
- A fairly extensive bibliography (leaning more towards SANS at present) has been compiled by Stephen King, Ron Ghosh & Adrian Rennie.
- "Small Angle X-ray Scattering" (eds. O. Glatter & O. Kratky) is a fairly comprehensive text available for legal download as a pdf.
- Online, open-access, archive of Fibre Diffraction Review (1992-2006)
- The famous data booklets - the Orange book for X-rays and the Blue book for neutrons - are available as downloadable pdfs on the web. Instructions for obtaining hard copies are available at each site.