Uncovering nature’s patterns at the atomic scale in living color

Machine learning provides a color coded map of X-ray data based on the temperature dependence of each region. X-TEC identified the locations of two sets of sharp peaks (yellow and green squares) in the data, as well as diffuse scattering halos around them (red and blue). Credit: Argonne National Laboratory

Color coding makes aerial maps much more easily understood. Through color, we can tell at a glance where there is a road, forest, desert, city, river or lake.

Working with several universities, the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory has devised a method for creating color-coded graphs …
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