Olof Svensson, ESRF
EDNA is an international collaboration aiming to develop applications for Online Data Analysis (ODA) to be used at SR facility beamlines. One of the main goals of EDNA is to develop automatic ODA workflows which reuse existing scientific software, are easily configurable, extensible and smoothly maintainable. Another main goal of EDNA is to promote collaborations.
The foundation for the EDNA framework were built on experiences from developing an automated strategy determination application for MX. Contrary to it's predecessor, there are EDNA applications developed for other scientific fields than MX.
I will in this presentation give a broad overview of the EDNA collaboration and its framework: data model facility, modularity/plugins, workflow and the testing framework. I will as well as present a couple of ODA applications built on the EDNA framework, notably the application for automatic MX strategy determination taking into account radiation damage and an application for diffraction tomography.
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