aXis 2000 - Analysis of X-ray Images and Spectra.


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Adam P. Hitchcock

Canada Research Chair

in Materials Research
CLS-CCRS
B.I.M.R
McMaster University
Hamilton, ON
Canada L8S 4M1
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last updated: 11 Oct 2019

aXis2000

The latest version is 11 Oct 2019


Note this code works on Windows, Unix or Mac_OSX operating systems. There are known issues with the Mac version that I am in the process of correcting. Please send me an email with test data that demonstrates bugs so I can fix them.

Download aXis2000

For windows: please make a folder c:\aXis2000 and expand all files in the
downloaded aXis2000-pre-IDL8.3.zip file into c:\aXis2000 using
folder names (there will be four sub-folders
)

For Mac_OS: please place all files & folders in the zip file in Users\aXis2000

If you are using IDL Virtual Machine here are some i nstructions to get & install
IDL Virtual Machine version (same code)

Changes from previous version (27 Aug 2019)

If you want the help file of the package:  (pdf)
If you want details of the code:                (html)

 Do NOT use folder names with blanks
for the source code or your data !!!

Instructions to INSTALL or upgrade from old versions of aXis2000

Windows Please make a folder c:\aXis2000 and expand all files in the
downloaded aXis2000-pre-IDL8.3.zip file into c:\aXis2000 using
folder names (there will be four sub-folders
)

OLD VERSIONS (in case things you use stop working after updating !)

Some tutorials are available to guide users through specific procedures:

   simple-tutorial        advanced-tutorial        stack_fit

I find the following 2 programs very helpful to use in combination with aXis2000 on Windows.
To run in post-XP Windows operating systems, you will need to set properties to 32-bit (MWsnap) or 16-bit (PaintShop4)

MWsnap                       PaintShop4     (if you cannot get that to run, a good alternative is paint.net)


This package was developed and is maintained by Adam Hitchcock (1997..).
It contains code contributions from many people including:

Chris Jacobsen   Peter Hitchcock   Carl Zimba    Billy Loo    Eli Rotenberg     Jonathan Denlinger     Rick Kneedler   Jacob Stewart-Ornstein     Goran Johansson     Ivaylo Koprinarov   Florian Meirer     Dieter Ingerle      Ben Watts

 

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