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Pion Photoproduction
Pion Electroproduction
Kaon Photoproduction
Eta Photoproduction
Eta-Prime Photoproduction
Pion-Deuteron (elastic)
Pion-Deuteron to Proton+Proton
Analyses From Other Sites
Mainz (MAID – Analyses)
Nijmegen (Nucleon-Nucleon OnLine)
Bonn-Gatchina (PWA)
Juelich-Athens-Washington (PWA)
Joint Physics Analysis Center
William Briscoe
Michael Doering
Helmut Haberzettl
Igor Strakovsky
Ron Workman

Institute for Nuclear Studies
Department of Physics
The George Washington University
Virginia Science and Technology Campus
Exploration Hall
20101 Academic Way
Ashburn, VA 20147, USA

INS DAC Services     [SAID Program]

  • The SAID Partial-Wave Analysis Facility is based at GWU.
  • New features are being added and will first appear at this site. Suggestions for improvements are always welcome.

Instructions for Using the Partial-Wave Analyses
The programs accessible with the left-hand side navigation bar allow the user to access a number of features available through the SAID program. Contact a member of our group if you are unfamiliar with the SSH version. If you enter choices which are unphysical, you may still get an answer (in accordance with the `garbage in, garbage out' rule). Please report unexpected garbage-out to the management.

Note: These programs use HTML forms to run the SAID code. If unfamiliar with the options, run the default setup first. The output is an (edited) echo of an interactive session which would have resulted had you used the SSH version. If the default example fails to clarify the specific task you have in mind, we can help (just send an e-mail message).

All programs expect energies in MeV units. All of the solutions and potentials have limited ranges of validity. Some are unstable beyond their upper energy limits. Extrapolated results may not make much sense.
Increments: The programs will not allow an arbitrary number of points to be generated. As a rule, stay below 100.

The INS Data Analysis Center is partially funded by the U.S. Department of Energy, and the Research Enhancement Funds of The George Washington University, with strong support from the GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus and technical support from Dr. G.A. MacLachlan.

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