Jpowder: a Java-based program for the display and examination of powder diffraction data
Markvardsen, A. J., Puphaiboon, K., Arjeneh, M., Shankland, K., Guest, H. L., Griffin, T. A. N., Badham, D. R. and Flannery, D. W. (2010) Jpowder: a Java-based program for the display and examination of powder diffraction data. Journal of Applied Crystallography, 43 (6). pp. 1532-1534. ISSN 1600-5767
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To link to this article DOI: 10.1107/S0021889810041543
The ability to display and inspect powder diffraction data quickly and efficiently is a central part of the data analysis process. Whilst many computer programs are capable of displaying powder data, their focus is typically on advanced operations such as structure solution or Rietveld refinement. This article describes a lightweight software package, Jpowder, whose focus is fast and convenient visualization and comparison of powder data sets in a variety of formats from computers with network access. Jpowder is written in Java and uses its associated Web Start technology to allow ‘single-click deployment’ from a web page, http://www.jpowder.org. Jpowder is open source, free and available for use by anyone.
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