lumispy.utils.axes module
- lumispy.utils.axes._n_air(x)
Refractive index of air as a function of WL in nm. This analytical function is correct for the range 185-1700 nm. According to E.R. Peck and K. Reeder. Dispersion of air, J. Opt. Soc. Am. 62, 958-962 (1972).
- lumispy.utils.axes.axis2eV(ax0)
Converts given signal axis to energy scale (eV) using wavelength dependent refractive index of air. Assumes wavelength in units of nm unless the axis units are specifically set to µm.
- lumispy.utils.axes.axis2invcm(ax0)
Converts given signal axis to wavenumber scale (cm$^{-1}$). Assumes wavelength in units of nm unless the axis units are specifically set to µm.
- lumispy.utils.axes.data2eV(data, factor, evaxis, ax0)
The intensity is converted from counts/nm (counts/µm) to counts/meV by doing a Jacobian transformation, see e.g. Mooney and Kambhampati, J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 4, 3316 (2013). Ensures that integrated signals are still correct.
- lumispy.utils.axes.data2invcm(data, factor, invcmaxis, ax0=None)
The intensity is converted from counts/nm (counts/µm) to counts/cm$^{-1}$ by doing a Jacobian transformation, see e.g. Mooney and Kambhampati, J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 4, 3316 (2013). Ensures that integrated signals are still correct.
- lumispy.utils.axes.eV2nm(x)
Converts energy (eV) to wavelength (nm) using wavelength-dependent refractive index of air.
- lumispy.utils.axes.invcm2nm(x)
Converts wavenumber (cm$^{-1}$) to wavelength (nm).
- lumispy.utils.axes.join_spectra(S, r=50, scale=True, average=False, kind='slinear')
Takes list of Signal1D objects and returns a single object with all spectra joined. Joins spectra at the center of the overlapping range. Scales spectra by a factor determined as average over the range center -/+ r pixels. Works both for uniform and non-uniform axes (FunctionalDataAxis is converted into a non-uniform DataAxis).
- Parameters:
S (list of Signal1D objects (with overlapping signal axes)) –
r (int, optional) – Number of pixels left/right of center (default 50) defining the range over which to determine the scaling factor, has to be less than half of the overlapping pixels. Change the size of r or use average=True if the function induces a step in the intensity.
scale (boolean, optional) – If True (default), the later spectra in the list are scaled by a factor determined over center -/+ r pixels. If False, spectra are joined without scaling, which will likely induce a step unless average=True.
average (boolean, optional) – If True, the contribution of the two signals is continuously graded within the range defined by r instead of joining at the center of the range (default).
kind (str, optional) – Interpolation method (default ‘slinear’) to use when joining signals with a uniform signal axes. See scipy.interpolate.interp1d for options.
- Returns:
A new Signal1D object containing the joined spectra (properties are copied
from first spectrum).
Examples
>>> s1 = hs.signals.Signal1D(np.ones(32)) >>> s2 = hs.signals.Signal1D(np.ones(32)*2) >>> s2.axes_manager.signal_axes[0].offset = 25 >>> lum.join_spectra([s1,s2],r=2) <Signal1D, title: , dimensions: (|57)>
- lumispy.utils.axes.nm2eV(x)
Converts wavelength (nm) to energy (eV) using wavelength-dependent refractive index of air.
- lumispy.utils.axes.nm2invcm(x)
Converts wavelength (nm) to wavenumber (cm$^{-1}$).
- lumispy.utils.axes.solve_grating_equation(axis, gamma_deg, deviation_angle_deg, focal_length_mm, ccd_width_mm, grating_central_wavelength_nm, grating_density_gr_mm)
Solves the grating equation. See horiba.com/uk/scientific/products/optics-tutorial/wavelength-pixel-position for equations.
- Parameters:
axis (hyperspy.axis) – Axis in pixel units (no units) to convert to wavelength.
gamma_deg (float) – Inclination angle between the focal plane and the centre of the grating (found experimentally from calibration). In degree.
deviation_angle_deg (float) – Also known as included angle. It is defined as the difference between angle of diffraction (\(\beta\)) and angle of incidence (\(\alpha\)). Given by manufacturer specsheet. In degree.
focal_length_mm (float) – Given by manufacturer specsheet. In mm.
ccd_width_mm (float) – The width of the CDD. Given by manufacturer specsheet. In mm.
grating_central_wavelength_nm (float) – Wavelength at the centre of the grating, where exit slit is placed. In nm.
grating_density_gr_mm (int) – Grating density in gratings per mm.
- Returns:
axis – HyperSpy axis object.
- Return type:
hyperspy.axis
- lumispy.utils.axes.var2eV(variance, factor, evaxis, ax0)
The variance is converted doing a squared Jacobian renormalization to match with the transformation of the data.
- lumispy.utils.axes.var2invcm(variance, factor, invcmaxis, ax0=None)
The variance is converted doing a squared Jacobian renormalization to match with the transformation of the data.