[sqw_Ei,sphiw]=Sqw_dynamic_range(s,Ei): crop the S(|q|,w) to the available dynamic range for given incident neutron energy. The S(q,w) is a dynamic structure factor aka scattering function. The dynamic range is defined from the momwntum and energy conservation laws: Ef = Ei - w is positive cos(theta) = (Ki.^2 + Kf.^2 - q.^2) ./ (2*Ki.*Kf) is within [-1:1] The incident neutron energy can be computed using: Ei = 2.0721*Ki^2 = 81.8042/lambda^2 with Ki in [Angs-1] and lambda in [Angs] conventions: omega = Ei-Ef = energy lost by the neutron omega > 0, neutron looses energy, can not be higher than Ei (Stokes) omega < 0, neutron gains energy, anti-Stokes The scattering angle phi can be restricted to match a detection area with the syntax: sqw_Ei=Sqw_dynamic_range(s, Ei, [angles]) The syntax: [sqw_Ei, sphiw] = Sqw_dynamic_range(s,...) also returns the S(phi,w) data set, which shows the detected signal vs scattering angle and energy transfer. input: s: Sqw data set, e.g. 2D data set with w as 1st axis (rows, meV), q as 2nd axis (Angs-1). Ei: incoming neutron energy [meV] angles: detection range in [deg] as a vector. Min and Max values are used. output: sqw: S(q,w) cropped to dynamic range for incident energy Ei. sphiw: S(phi,w) angular dynamic structure factor for incident energy Ei. Example: Sqw_dynamic_range(s, 14.8, [-20 135]) See also: Sqw_Bosify, Sqw_deBosify, Sqw_symmetrize, Sqw_scatt_xs (c) E.Farhi, ILL. License: EUPL.