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Datasqueeze for Linux 2.1.5

Datasqueeze is a graphical interface for analyzing data.


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Datasqueeze for Linux is a Home & Education software developed by Datasqueeze Software. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Datasqueeze for Linux:

BrothersoftEditor: Datasqueeze 2.1 is a graphical interface for analyzing data from 2D x-ray diffraction detectors (wire, image plate, CCD), running on Windows, Linux, and Macintosh OS X. The interface is simple and intuitive, and the program is easy to use even for those new to x-ray diffraction Analysis. Datasqueeze is particularly useful for the analysis of powder diffraction data, Diffuse scattering from polymers or liquid crystals, or small-angle scattering from colloids, polymers, gels, or solutions.

Now Optimized for Windows Vista!

New features in Version 2.1:

The user has substantially more control over the appearance and quality of line plots.
You can now make a Movie of false color images, to help identify subtle changes from one Frame to the next.
New data folding features allow the user to symmetrize the data about the vertical axis, horizontal axis, or center point (inversion symmetry).
A graphical indexing feature allows the user to compare the peaks in a powder diffraction pattern to selected Bravais lattices with variable lattice parameters.
A masking option allows the user to exclude unwanted features in the data from analysis.
A new Fourier Transform feature allows the user to perform a direct Fourier Transform of the raw data.
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