Some software I have published before on this site now conveniently concentrated on one page.

New Live Fourier Transform program. [git repository], [windows binary], [youtube demonstration]Related post:991

McSAS: form-free size distribution retrieval from small-angle scattering patterns! (Git repository)
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DEPRECIATED, NEWER VERSION ABOVE: Live Fourier Transform program for use in presentations.
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saxsfit (for lack of a better name) with example functions and example data. softwaremanual_SAXSfit
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perfectpattern_ellipsoids.msoftwaremanual_ppsph_ppell Updated 2011-18-01.
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perfectpattern_spheres.msoftwaremanual_ppsph_ppell Updated 2011-18-01.
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superellips-of-revolution scattering pattern simulator
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equal intensity binning routine
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binning_weighted code
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bessel_li_gross, a quicker approximation to the Bessel function
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  1. Hi Brian,
    You may want to add the program X+ to your list of analysis software. X+ is documented in and can be downloaded for free. Another relevant paper is: DOI: 10.1021/la101433t
    The readme file is attached below.

    X+ v1.0 README

    Tal Ben-Nun, Pablo Szekely, Avi Ginsburg and Uri Raviv

    System Requirements:
    This program uses Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0 and Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable
    Package, both available for download on the Microsoft website.

    Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0 is available for download at this URL:

    Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable Package is available for download at this URL:

    Downloading X+:
    X+ can be found in the following link:

    Installing X+:

    Ensure that .NET and Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable Package are installed. Copy X+.exe and xplusbackend.dll to the desired directory and run X+.


    See the Quick Users Guide for more information.

  2. Dear Uri,

    Thank you for your message. I don’t have a page listing analysis software, though. This page here is just listing the software projects I am or have been involved in. I also do not think I have the opportunity to test X+ as it seems to require Windows.

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