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Open-source browser-based software simplifies fluorescence correlation spectroscopy data analysis

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Fig. 1: The FoCuS-fit-JS interface.


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I thank F. Schneider and M. Robbins for their excellent beta-testing and publishing advice. I acknowledge UKRI MRC (MR/S005382/1a, MC_UU_12009, MC_UU_12010/unit programmes G0902418 and MC_UU_12025, MR/K01577X/1) for support of this project.

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Waithe, D. Open-source browser-based software simplifies fluorescence correlation spectroscopy data analysis. Nat. Photon. 15, 790–791 (2021).

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