SasView is a Small Angle Scattering Analysis Software Package, originally developed as part of the NSF DANSE project under the name SansView,
now managed by an international collaboration of facilities. Feedback and contributions are welcome and
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- October 2016: Version 4.0 of SasView has been released! Download it now!
- October 2016: The next code camp will be held Oct 4-11 2016 at Oak Ridge National Lab.
- September 2016: Model Marketplace released.
- August 2016: SasView 4.0 beta release now available.
- July 2016: Alpha3 version of SasView 4.0 released July 24 fixes a number of Alpha2 bugs.
- May 2016: Alpha2 version of SasView 4.0 released May 28.
- March 2016: SasView Code Camp IV was held at the RID in TU Delft, Netherlands, March 15th - 22nd.
- December 2015: SasView v3.1.2 released December 8, 2015.
- November 2015: Plans for the next major release (v4.0) include a complete restructuring of the sas model infrastructure.
- July 2015: SasView v3.1.1 released Jul 28, 2015.
- July 2015: SasView v3.1.0 released Jul 14, 2015.
- February 2015: SasView Code Camp III held at ESS DMSC in Copenhagen, Denmark, February 11th - 20th.
- September 2014: New optimization package project, BUMPS - with several optimization options, integrated into trunk for beta testing.
- May 2014: SasView v3.0.0 released May 21, 2014.
- April 2014: SasView Code Camp II
held at ISIS/Diamond from March 31 through April 6, 2014.
- October 2013: SasView team was working on a version 3.0 release.
- April 2013: The first SasView developers workshop was held at NIST in Gaithersburg Maryland April 2-7, 2013
- November 2012: SasView was presented at the international Small Angle Scattering meeting in Sydney Australia, Nov. 18-23, 2012.
- November 2012: The first official realease under the SasView label is launched. This marks the official graduation from a DANSE incubator project to a long term collaborative maintenance and development project