Fibre ODFs edit page

TODO: extend this

A fibre is represented in MTEX by a variable of type fibre.

cs = crystalSymmetry.load('Ti-Titanium-alpha.cif')

% define the fibre to be the beta fibre
f = fibre.beta(cs)

% define a fibre ODF
odf = fibreODF(f,'halfwidth',10*degree)

% plot the odf in 3d
plot3d(odf)
cs = crystalSymmetry
 
  mineral        : Titanium          
  symmetry       : 6/mmm             
  elements       : 24                
  a, b, c        : 3, 3, 4.7         
  reference frame: X||a*, Y||b, Z||c*
 
Warning: Miller indece are not orthogonal. Maximum
deviation is 25 degree 
 
f = fibre (Titanium → xyz)
 
  h || r: (11 7 -18 12) || (0.16606,0.13548,0.97676)
 o1 → o2: (348.4°,57.8°,60°) → (90°,77.1°,60°)
 
odf = SO3FunCBF (Titanium → xyz)
 
  kernel: de la Vallee Poussin, halfwidth 10°
  fibre : (11 7 -18 12) || 0.16606,0.13548,0.97676
  weight: 1
 
Warning: Imaginary parts of complex X and/or Y
arguments ignored.