Four-circle diffractometer with three-axis energy analysis
Rplot is a simple program to visualize D10 (and other ILL single-crystal diffractometers) raw data.
Rplot is distributed under the LGPLv3 (Lesser Gnu Public License version 3). A copy of the license text can be invoked from the About window within the program. The source code of the dynamically linked Qt libraries can be obtained here (zip - 1.52 Mi) (note that the original code was not modified). The QCustomPlot library can be downloaded here (zip - 225 Ki) or from www.qcustomplot.com. The Eigen library was obtained here (eigen.tuxfamily.org).
- open Numors containing any type of scan (including D10 Flatcone)
- visualization of 2D detector images
- open *.ans files from Racer integrations including visualization of integration ellipsoids
- simple integration of peaks and plotting vs. temperature, field, etc.
- reconstruction of 2D maps in reciprocal space from Q-scans
- 3D view of integrated reflections in reciprocal space
- generation of reflection lists
- filtering of loaded data with respect to different criteria
- saving of workspace for quick recovering of loaded data
- exporting of data in PDF and ASCII formats
- logbook function
- execute vcredist_x64.exe (this will install the Visual Studio Redistributable packages, only necessary once)
- launch Rplot.exe (it has to stay in its folder with all necessary libraries)
- open the dmg-file and drag the app to your Applications folder or wherever you want
AppImage (only 64 bit)
- Download and launch the AppImage.
- Download gdebi from a terminal: sudo apt-get install gdebi
- Install the debian package: sudo gdebi rplot_1.4.0-1_amd64.deb
- Start the program by typing Rplot
Recent updates (since v1.0)
v1.6 (April 2023)
- Normalization options in settings which apply to Numors in the scan plot of the main window and in the Overplot tool
- Bugfix concerning the decimal places of negative values when hovering over a data point
v1.5 (June 2019)
- new functionalities 'Add Numors' and 'Refresh'. The latter will automatically open any new Numors in the last directory.
- visible detector area is now taken into account for exporting and fitting peaks
- integrated intensities in 'Fit range' are now corrected for the Lorentz factor and the standard deviation is correctly saved
- monitor is now shown in the plot label
- bugfixes: qscans along (hkl) are now correctly plotted, Qmin and Qmax values are again taken into account in genmag
- bugfix 18/07/19: calculation of forbidden reflections in genmag
- update 22/07/19: singe-point acquisitions can now be treated in 'Fit range'
- bugfix 31/07/19: fixes the crash in qspace viewer when hovering mouse over 2D map
- bugfix 14/08/20: fixed export of intensities from fitrange with correctly applied Lorentz factor
- bugfix 17/09/20: allows propagation vector values kz of 1.5
- bugfix 07/10/20: export of 5 decimals for fit parameters in 'Fit range'
v1.4 (May 2019)
- added instrument definitions and configurations to settings menu
- (hkl) positions are now displayed when hovering mouse over 2D-detector images
v1.3 (September 2018)
- added non-standard space groups
- option to export 2D detector frames to ASCII file (single frame or all frames)
v1.2 (May 2018)
- opens *.lis files (e.g. for D23)
- bugfix in the visualization of RACER integration ellipsoids for NUMORs with leading 0
- bugfix in plotting q-scans which have been interrupted before the end of the scan
v1.1 (March 2018)
- visualization of D10 Flatcone data
- visualization of RACER integration ellipsoids
- filter according to even/odd hkl values
- reads 32x32 and 64x64 pixels detector data
Mag2Pol is a program for the analysis of spherical polarimetry and flipping ratio data. However, nuclear and magnetic structure analysis from integrated intensities is also possible.
Click here to go to the Mag2Pol main page.
CCSL is a library of subroutines for doing crystallographic and related calculations. It is designed not so much as a set of programs for determining and refining structures, for which several other systems are available, but as toolbox to allow the crystallography of non-trivial structures to be easily introduced into user programs.
The full documentation and download page can be found here.