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New Maud version 2.74

There is a new version of Maud available for download. This is the version that will be used at the 2017 Maud school in Caen. Who is attending the school is encouraged to download and use this version. It is

ICDD spring meeting (updated)

Nest week I will have a keynote at the ICDD Spring Meeting in Philadelphia (Tuesday, 14 March 2017) about the Full Pattern Search Match (FPSM) and the new XRD-XRF combined analysis in Maud. The link is ICDD Spring Meeting, check

Texture short course at ICOTOM 18

There will be a texture short course with Maud to be held the 5 November 2017, St. George, Utah, USA. Instructors will be: Sven Vogel, LANSCE, Los Alamos National Laboratories Luca Lutterotti, University of Trento, Italy Here is a link

8th Maud workshop

The 8th session of the workshop on “Combined analysis by X-ray and neutron scattering” will take place in Caen France from July 3rd to July 8th, 2017. The training will cover many aspects of “Combined Analysis” by X-ray and neutron

New version 2.71

The “Coco Bongo” release. Speed up of the spherical component calculation in standard functions in the case of texture broadening coefficients. Corrected the behaviour of the omega offset in the Hippo Wizard.

New version 2.7

Fixed a bug introduced in 2.69 about adding more atoms in the same site. Fixed the roi selection in ImageJ Maud plugins. Now using any kind of roi (rectangular, circular) only the pixels inside the roi are used. Correction of

iMRC Maud tutorial in Cancun

August 14, I will give a tutorial all day on Maud and texture at the iMRC 2016 in Cancun. More info, including the program here. It may be not easy to find it on the iMRC web site, but the

New version 2.69

A new version of Maud, 2.69, has been uploaded. This version include a fix for a problem introduced with version 2.6x for which the correct atom labels were not set when importing from old cif files not specifying the atom

New version 2.67

A new version has been posted: 2.67. It’s a bug correction release, the two principal improvements were: Corrected an error in the computation of the elemental fractions in the output results Improved the asymmetry computation in the Warren planar defect

New Maud version 2.65

At the Caen school we do a lot of testing and we are correcting bugs quickly on the new beta version. The new one, 2.65 starts to be quite stable and at the moment we haven’t discovered stopping bugs with

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