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Dragonfly is a relatively inexpensive and easy-to-use yet very powerful software. It is our number one recommendation for materials and life science CT data analysis. Its segmentation wizard makes deep learning image segmentation accessible to beginners and often eliminates the headache associated with difficult image segmentation. You can use it for most materials science and life science applications, such as analyses of phase volume ratio, grain size distribution, fiber orientation, porosity, pore network, coating thickness, etc. They also offer a free non-commercial license.




Rigaku Software


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One thing to keep in mind is that both Dragonfly and VG STUDIO require a high-end workstation to run properly. If you don't have a compatible computer yet, consider contacting us or the software manufacturer and ask for an online demonstration to start with.


If you own these software, COD can be used along with phase identification in them after installing the index file of COD which Rigaku provides. Please install it according to the following procedure.NOTE:COD is an academic project, and its development has been published in a number of peer-reviewed papers. If you use COD, its search facilities, servers or data collections in your own research, please cite the following papers:


Selecting CT analysis software can be a significant investment decision. Some tools cost more than $10K and require a $5K workstation to run. You will also have to invest a lot of time learning how to use these tools. I recommend you get at least a demo before purchasing CT analysis software and get a free trial version if possible.


Rigaku SmartLab is the newest and most novel high-resolution X-ray diffractometer (XRD) available today. Perhaps its most novel feature is the new SmartLab Studio II software, which provides the user with an intelligent User Guidance expert system functionality that guides the operator through the intricacies of each experiment. It is like having an expert standing by your side.


Coupling a computer controlled alignment system with a fully automated optical system, and the User Guidance functionality within the SmartLab Studio II software, makes it easy to switch between hardware modes, ensuring that your hardware complexity is never holding back your research.


Whether you are working with thin films, nanomaterials, powders, or liquids the SmartLab will give you the XRD functionality to make the measurements you want to make when you want to make them. The equipment accepts powder, liquid, films, and even textile samples and allows mapping measurements within suitable samples. Operando (a.k.a., real time in-situ) measurements can be performed with the new Rigaku SmartLab Studio II software suite, which is an integrated software platform incorporating all functions from measurement to analysis. The system also features robust security and validation protocols to ensure that any technology component - software or hardware - fulfills its purpose within regulatory guidelines, including 21 CFR Part 11, establishing the US EDA regulations governing electronic records and electronic signatures (ER/ES).


Chemwatch Safety Data Sheets (SDS) have been integrated into the software, giving users critical information about scanned materials immediately on screen, including recommended PPE, reactivity synonyms, transportation, and handling.


Improved data capture has been achieved through better handling and removal of ambient light by using higher SNR thresholds for both regular and library scans. The new software also introduces a better-performing algorithm that greatly improves the True Positive Rate (TPR) and lowers the False Negative Rate (FNR).


Currently, we have Jade 9.0 for the data acquired from Rigaku XRD. The software is licensed and only accessible through computer in nanoFAB computing area. Jade software can perform Database Search/Match for phase identification, and crystallinity determination, as well as crystalline size analysis. Data can be exported to text file too.


As a premium, high-performance small spot benchtop energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence (EDXRF) elemental analyzer, the Rigaku NEX DE delivers wide elemental coverage with easy-to-learn Windows-based QuantEZ software. Non-destructively analyze from sodium (Na) through uranium (U) in almost any matrix, from solids and alloys to powders, liquids, and slurries.


Control of the instrument is via the Rigaku software on the accompanying PCs. Also available is the PDXL powder diffraction analysis package, for peak calculation, phase identification, Rietveld refinement, a wizard for ab initio crystal structure analysis and access to the Crystallography Open Database (COD).


Brandenburg, K. [or Brandenburg, K. & Putz, H., or Brandenburg, K. & Berndt, M.] (1999). DIAMOND. Crystal Impact GbR, Bonn, Germany. [avoid using the reference 'W. T. Pennington (1999). J. Appl. Cryst. 32, 1028-1029' as this is just a software review]


The Rigaku SFTP software itself has configurable limits on the amount of data that can be uploaded in a single drop-off. Even for browsers that support uploads larger than 2 GB, drop-off may not exceed 74.0 GB per file, or 74.0 GB total for the entire drop-off.


This package is useful for a comprehensive range of tools for 3D structure visualization, the exploration of crystal packing and the statistical analysis of CSD search data. The software can be accessed -system/components/mercury/


This package is utilised as the main data screening, collection and reduction tool.This software is freely available for users of Rigaku products (The single crystal diffractometer although Agilent is now a Rigaku instrument.) This software package can be downloaded from the Rigaku x-ray forum. Register at www.rigakuxrayforum.com.


Rigaku Americas designs and manufactures many peripherals to enhance the performance of Rigaku generators, detectors and goniometers. Examples of Rigaku Americas products include X-ray optical systems, cryogenic devices, an Xe derivative device, as well as single and multiple taper CCD detectors. In addition, Rigaku Americas has a strong scientific development program for data acquisition, processing and structure solution software as well as a core-tool software development group that develops instrumentation software for numerous Rigaku instruments. Finally, Rigaku Americas offers contract research services for small and macromolecular crystallography. The ability to provide research services has a synergistic effect with the development of new products in that new ideas for software and hardware are constantly generated and tested in the same application laboratory.


Headquartered in The Woodlands, TX USA, Rigaku Americas is housed in a 40,000 sq. ft. custom-designed building. This facility contains a large and fully equipped application laboratory, customer service facility, engineering and manufacturing facility as well as housing sales, marketing, financial and crystallographic R&D groups. European operations are managed from the Rigaku Europe branch office located outside of London, while Rigaku Americas's core-tool software development group is located in Provo, Utah, USA. Rigaku's optics division is located in Auburn Hills, Michigan.


The equipment accepts powder, films, and even textile samples and allows mapping measurements within a sample. Operando (a.k.a., real time in-situ) measurements can be performed with the new Rigaku SmartLab Studio II software suite, which is an integrated software platform incorporating all functions from measurement to analysis. The system also features robust security and validation protocols to ensure that any technology component - software or hardware - fulfills its purpose within regulatory guidelines, including 21 CFR Part 11, establishing the US EDA regulations governing electronic records and electronic signatures (ER/ES).


The Rigaku SmartLab is the newest high-resolution X-Ray Diffractometer (XRD) currently available in the market today. Featuring the new SmartLab Studio II software, the SmartLab user is provided with a one-of-a-kind intelligent user guidance expert system that guides each specific experimental stage.


Enabling a fully-automated optical system to be workable with a computer-controlled alignment system, the SmartLab XRD is significantly easier to use than other XRD systems. Its efficiency and functionality are strengthened by the SmartLab Studio II software. With these features, the SmartLab XRD minimizes the complexity of hardware operations.


The SmartLab system may be utilized for analyzing a wide range of materials, including nanomaterials, thin films, powders, textile samples, or liquids since the machine is able to process a vast number of materials. With ease, mapping measurements and real-time operando or in situ processes could be performed by the system by utilizing the Rigaku SmartLab Studio II, an integrated software suite that incorporates all SmartLab functions. 041b061a72


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