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[SA_Scat] SasView 5.0.0-Beta2 released & 4.2.1 point release

The SasView Collaboration is pleased to announce two new releases of its popular data analysis package, SasView:

-          SasView-5.0.0-Beta2 is the latest preview of our next-generation, Python3-based, version of SasView. This Beta2 version builds on feedback received since Beta1 debuted at SAS-2018 in October and has almost all the functionality of versions 4.2.x

-          SasView-4.2.1 is a point release for version 4.2.0 addressing issues with the built-in model editor and the NXcanSAS file reader, in particular, but which also adds a few other improvements.

Additional details can be found in the respective Release Notes.
Users with 64-bit machines are encouraged to use these versions. Download them for free at http://www.sasview.org/
Thank you for your continued support and encouragement.
The SasView Collaboration

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