sqw_kpath: evaluates a 4D S(q,w) model along specified k-path sqw_kpath(f, kpath, w) The k-path can be given as a cell containing 3-values (HKL) vectors, or a n x 3 matrix, each row being a HKL location. The energy range can be entered as a vector, or a [min max] pair. Refer to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brillouin_zone and http://lamp.tu-graz.ac.at/~hadley/ss1/bzones/ to get the standard points in the Brillouin zone. Example: S = sqw_kpath(sqw_cubic_monoatomic, '', [0 10]); plot(log10(S)); input: f: a 4D HKLE model S(q,w) (iFunc) path: a list of k-locations given as a cell/array of HKL locations (cell or matrix) can also be 'Cubic','Hexagonal','Trigonal','Tetragonal','Orthorhombic','Monoclinic'; 'Triclinic w: a vector of energies (4-th axis) for which to evaluate the model (double) output: S: the dispersion W(HKL) computed along the path (iData) Version: Mar. 22, 2017 See also sqw_cubic_monoatomic, sqw_sine3d, sqw_vaks, sqw_spinw sqw_powder, <a href="matlab:doc(iFunc,'Models')">iFunc:Models</a> (c) E.Farhi, ILL. License: EUPL.