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Datasqueeze was written by Paul Heiney, who also operates this website.

Heiney is a Professor of Physics at the University of Pennsylvania. He is an author of more than 164 refereed publications, most having to do with x-ray scattering in some form. He is a member of The American Chemical Society, The American Crystallographic Association, and other scientific societies, and is a Fellow of The American Physical Society.

Along with Prof. Karen Winey, Heiney is responsible for the Dual Source and Environmental X-ray Scattering Facility at the Laboratory for Research on the Structure of Matter. This facility is open on a paid basis to scientists outside Penn. Heiney has produced a series of tutorial videos on X-ray scattering techniques.

Datasqueeze was originally written for analysis of x-ray data at the University of Pennsylvania. All versions of the program have been extensively tested at Penn. It is now used in more than 100 laboratories worldwide. For a number of years it was sold at, but since February 2018 it has been available as freeware.

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Last updated November 22, 2019

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