ScÅtter - software for the analysis of biological SAXS datasets
We provide the following web applications for analyzing your SAXS data. Because of limited computational resources, access to webapps at the SIBYLS beamline is restricted to beamline users. If you've collected SAXS data at SIBYLS and would like to access these resources please contact Michal Hammel.
The FoXS webapps were developed in collaboration with the Sali lab at UCSF and are hosted on their servers. The following two links will take you to their servers.
Comprehensive macromolecular conformations mapped by quantitative SAXS analysis.
High Throughput Mail-In SAXS
Sign into our new sample tracking system to reserve mail-in slots for your precious samples.
SAXS Sample Server
Here you can upload your Excel spreadsheet containing sample information and data collection strategy for use with SIBYLS high throughput SAXS data collection. A blank template spreadsheet is available after you log into the SAXS Sample Server.
• BIOISIS - Biological SAXS Data Repository
BIOISIS is not only a resource for depositing and distributing SAXS data and structures, but also hosts clear, well presented SAXS tutorials.
BIOISIS is an open access database dedicated to the study of biological macromolecules by small angle X-ray scattering (SAXS). The concept of a SAXS database was conceived of by John Tainer, Ph.D., of the Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla, CA., and Greg Hura, Ph.D., of the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab in Berkeley, CA. The project is funded by the Department of Energy.
BIOISIS aims to become the complete source for the deposition, distribution and maintenance of small angle X-ray scattering data and technologies.