Many people have contributed to this SAS analysis software over the years, and we hope many more will do so in the years to come.

Developers and contributors:

In addition to the core development, contributions include documentation writing and editing, tutorial writing and editing, performing code reviews, setting up and maintaining a variety of related services such as the marketplace, and admin tasks required to keep the infrastructure of the collaboration running.

G. Alina, Z. Attala, J. Bakker, W. Bouwman, I. Breßler, P. Butler, K. Campbell, J-H. Cho, T. Cooper-Bennun, R. Cortes Hernandez, M. Doucet, C. Durniak, L. Forster, M. Gonzalez, R. Heenan, A. Jackson, G. Jensen, P. Kienzle, S. King, S. Kline, J. Krzywon, D. Mannicke, A. Nelson, T. Nielsen, M. Oakley, L. O’Driscoll, H. Park, P. Parker, W. Potrzebowski, S. Prescott, P. Rozyczko, T. Snow, A. Washington, R. Whitley, and J. Zhou.

Community contributors and external collaborators:

The SasView collaboration goes well beyond the contributions listed above. In particular we wish to thank the following people from the scattering community and beyond for their time in providing feedback and ideas, performing beta testing, and being advocates for the collaboration.

A. Anuchitanukul, P. Corona, G. Fragneto, P. Juhas, M. Knudsen, A. Markvardsen M. McKerns, T. Narayanan, D. Parsons, L. Porcar, L. Pozzo, M. Rakitin, A. Rennie, T. Holm Rod, J. Taylor, L. Udby, K. Weigandt


In addition to the staff time and support for code camps provided by the collaboration partners, the following people have been instrumental in obtaining funding for development of SasView.

SasView Management Team:

Paul Butler (NIST), Mathieu Doucet (ORNL), Andrew Jackson (ESS), Steve King (STFC)



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This work benefited from the use of the SasView application, originally developed under NSF award DMR-0520547. SasView contains code developed with funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the SINE2020 project, grant agreement No 654000.