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Here, we present a (growing) series of working examples of how to use the cwepr package to perform both, day-to-day routine tasks in a laboratory working with cw-EPR spectroscopy as well as more complex processing and analysis tasks.
For each of the examples, a full recipe is provided ready to be copied and pasted and run on your local computer.
For each of the recipes provided so far, the cwepr package (at least its repository on GitHub) contains the real example data as well. Therefore, you can download the data and recipe to get first-hand experience with the cwepr package.
To be able to run the example recipes locally, you need to have a working installation of the cwepr package and its dependencies. Have a look at the installation instructions for details.
Furthermore, to be able to run (“cook”) the recipes and get (“serve”) the results, you need to have access to a command line, as running recipes (still) is command-line based using the command
Optional: For some recipes, you will need to have a working LaTeX installation in case you would like to get your reports not only created, but compiled into a well-formatted PDF document as well.
The path to the data in the recipes assumes the directory layout of the cwepr package. Hence, the easiest way is to clone or download the repository from GitHub, change into the
examples directory and there into the respective subdirectory and run the corresponding recipe.
If you are interested in more examples, the publication describing the cwepr package contains a number of examples of different complexity. The complete recipes are provided in the supporting information (SI). What is even better: You can download the entire set of data and corresponding recipes from GitHub:
GitHub repository containing both, data and recipes for all the examples shown in the publication describing the cwepr package.