MAPS software

Maps has a range of software for helping you to configure the instrument for your experiment and then to allow you to perform data reduction, visualisation and analysis.

Choosing your experimental setup

TOBYPLOT provides a tool for mapping a single crystal's reciprocal space onto the measurement space of the instrument

CHOP provides a tool for choosing the appropriate chopper setup for your measurement

Horace, in addition to the features described below, can also be used to plan your experiment by showing accessible volumes of reciprocal space for given sample rotation and incident energy combinations

 

Monitoring the experiment and simple analysis

Mantid a program to reduce, visualise and analyse all ISIS data.

 

Data Reduction

Mantid a program to reduce, visualise and analyse all ISIS data.

 

Visualisation and analysis

MSlice visualisation of single crystal and powder data from a single run. Matlab based, although a standalone version can be provided.

Horace provides generation, visualisation, simulation and fitting of large 4-dimensional datasets obtained by making multiple measurements of a single crystal with varying sample orientation or incident energy. Matlab based.

Tobyfit a program to simulate and fit time-of-flight inelastic scattering data, incorporating instrument resolution. The latest version of this software runs in Matlab with a graphical user interface. For the old command-line driven Fortran version, contact Toby Perring.

Mantid a program to reduce, visualise and analyse all ISIS data.

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