That'll export the dataset into two files - with a rpl and raw extension. You'll need both files sitting in the same folder, and you feed the rpl one to hyperspy.
I do not have access to the commercial software and will not have in future as well since microscopy is not my major field. I would like to be knowledgeable in a free/opensource software that can be a good alternative to the commercial software package. For example, I use MTEX for EBSD analysis. Is there any other free or opensource software beside HyperSpy to process EDS data?
The goals of using HyperSpy are (for now) -
1. Obtaining %wt element composition
2. The spectrum with peaks
3. Images of individual element concentration over the sample scan area
As you see these are basic outcomes I'm trying to achieve.