[Nexus] Correct way to specify multiple signals

V. Armando Sole sole at esrf.fr
Sat Jan 20 12:58:48 GMT 2018

If you have troubles with previous file, you can try this one:


As I said, it is a work in progress (I find some differences between 
Python2 and Python3 when generating the file)


On 20.01.2018 13:31, V. Armando Sole wrote:
> Dear colleagues,
> It has been a difficult week and I am still working on it, but you can
> download a tentative example (still needs improvements) for one of the
> acquisition use cases I foresee (the link will expire at the end of
> the month):
> https://cloud.esrf.fr/index.php/s/N4zbr1dzCDDKbWg
> As I said, one of our objectives is that the end user can recover as
> default plot the plot shown during the acquisition. For those using
> SPEC, the idea is to be able to map the plotselect to the NeXus file.
> Those scans correspond to energy scans with a multielement detector
> and the goal is to visualize the contents of all the Ni Ka ROIs
> corresponding to what the user was interested on during the
> experiment.
> The intention is to have the signal in the NXdata group corresponding
> to the central element and the auxiliary_signals to the rest of
> elements.
> As I said, it is still a work in progress but I hope you get the idea.
> Hopefully next week I can provide example and viewer.
> See you,
> Armando
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