sigma2D(raw_rms, noise, NAi)¶
Converts d_size to D precisely. This function can be significantly slower than sigma2DApproximation but more closely follows the analytical solution.
ndarray) – An array of RMS values you wish to convert.
float) – A positive value indicating the background noise in the system in terms of RMS (E.G. the RMS of a measurement of clean glass). On the Backman lab “STORM” system this has been previously found to be 0.012. For the “LCPWS1” system it has been found to be 0.009.
float) – The illumination numerical aperture (NA) of the objective.
- Return type
Results from the exact solution of converting from Sigma to D. This calculation is based on derivations by Vadim Backman.