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The software ‘FiliM’ is a handy MATLAB-based instrument that can be used to analyse experimental data for the evaluation of interatomic and intermolecular distances and angles from EXAFS/XAS and XES spectra.
The software ‘FiliM’ calculates binding energies of an atom or group of atoms to the valence electron cloud of the atom or group of atoms under investigation.
In addition to the evaluation of experimental data, the software ‘FiliM’ also evaluates relative energy corrections to the energy of the point where the photoelectron is ejected (collision effects).
FiliM is available under the following licensing terms:
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Please refer to the FiliM website for more information and details on the Licensing terms.
Bersançon’s company, ACATIMA, provides technical consulting services related to the software package ‘FiliM’.
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The software ‘ExafsMatlab’ is a handy MATLAB-based instrument that can be used for the generation of de novo simulated EXAFS/XAS/XES (EXAFS/XANES/XES) spectra and data for the evaluation of structural effects in EXAFS/XAS/XES data using FEFF and/or ORCA.
ExafsMatlab creates simulated spectra using the structural model generated by a user and is useful for the qualitative evaluation of structures of molecules (including the identification of potential problems) and for the de novo evaluation of possible structural models.
The software ‘ExafsMatlab’ can also be used to calculate bond lengths, angles and related structural parameters of the simulated structure.
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As ExafsArchitect Crack Mac uses the FEFF method, it has been specifically designed to work with protein structural modeling projects. If you have one, you can use ExafsArchitect to quickly generate molecular models using the Crystallography and Molecular Interactions Lab at the University of Washington. This is because ExafsArchitect reads in the protein crystal coordinates from the input pdb file and uses these coordinates as a starting point for its modeling calculations.
ExafsArchitect also has its own user interface, and works with the Crystallography and Molecular Interactions Lab at the University of Washington.
ExafsArchitect User Guide:
A number of of the underlying extensions are developed and documented separately on github, such as the JSON parser and the FEFF configurator.
The entire codes repository has been converted to a git repository and each of the separate repositories for the source code, MATLAB scripts, documentation, and supporting files have all been converted to github repositories.
Requirements for ExafsArchitect:
Notes: For MATLAB, we will be referring to MATLAB R2013b or newer.
Matlab user must:
use the fully qualified path to configure.m/n
have a unique license for the program
have Matlab installed on a machine with internet access
have MATLAB installed on a machine with internet access and
install into the directory where the binary files will be found
As a MATLAB binary, ExafsArchitect may be freely distributed or used in commercial applications in any country without restriction.
Licensing Information for this version
License Type: Free
Licensed As a Free Program
Please find below a brief description of the license type that applies to this version of ExafsArchitect. For more detailed information, please refer to the commercial license and academic and educational licenses in this document.
Licensed for commercial use:
A Business License is available for the following commercial or non-profit customers:
The license to ExafsArchitect supports the use of a single program for multiple customers. The customer must purchase a separate business license for each ExafsArchitect copy that they need to use.
An academic or educational license is available for academic/educational use only:
The license to ExafsArchitect supports the use of a single program for
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ExafsArchitect is a software package based on (X) PDB structure/molecular-graphic tools. It allows:
● Screens of a structure,
● Calculation of a structure,
● Calculation of structure graphics,
● Plotting of a structure,
● Calculation of EXAFS/XAS/XES and DOS/XES spectra,
● Structural parameters calculation (Coordinates, Mol-graph, Shape, Torsion angles, Density),
● Storage of the above parameters for later use or export.
ExafsArchitect is based on the MATLAB Toolbox (MATLAB),
for Windows operating systems it is possible to run both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of it.
To run ExafsArchitect, you only need to install MATLAB, you do not need a license for it.
Later on, when the instrument is used, a license is needed, and the license key must be sent to us.
ExafsArchitect is provided for use under the GNU General Public License, version 3.
Source Code (Codes-for-Free):
Source codes of ExafsArchitect are available for download, on request.
See menu “File”->”Download.”
Available for Windows:
ExafsArchitect is available for Windows 32-bit and 64-bit.
Before starting installation, you need to know:
● Where the source codes are located (Codes-for-Free) and the folder where you will install the instrument.
● A folder where you will keep the EXF/EXAS/PNG etc data.
● The file (or files) with names containing the information of your PDB etc data.
● A folder where you will keep the program files.
● A file that can be used for version information and installation summary.
Start the installer.
The installer will ask you to select a folder that contains source codes,
and a folder where you will keep the EXF/PNG, etc data.
You can select any free/available folder.
The installer will search for the required data.
The installer will also select the installation options.
You can change the installation options as well as specify the remaining installation options.
Click next to continue the installation.
It is possible to select a shortcut on the desktop.
What’s New in the?
Although ExafsArchitect is basically a MATLAB editor and may be used to analyze data sets and build molecular models, it can also be used as a standalone XAFS/EXAFS simulator. The difference between the two modes is that the simulator has several important features:
ExafsArchitect works with both the solid and the molecular atom positions, and thus may be used in the analysis of both molecular and solid state materials. The user can set whether the solid or the molecular atom positions are used for calculations.
The main window of ExafsArchitect contains 5 panels:
Spectrum panel: In this panel, you can set the file type, spectrum range and sampling percentage, and calculate the standard (D-PASSE) and the simulated EXAFS. The result of the simulated EXAFS can be viewed as a complete EXAFS or as an energy-normalized (D-NEXAFS) plot. The energy normalization is used for energy correction of the first neighboring shell.
Model and Atom position panel: Here, the position of the model atoms can be freely defined. In addition, the user may freely select which atoms of a molecule are located inside a cavity and which atoms are placed outside the cavity. The structural parameters, e.g., bond length, bond angle, and positions of the atoms, can also be defined and edited. When entering the model atoms, ExafsArchitect calculates the background contribution and the final EXAFS.
Data panel: After calculation of the final EXAFS, a new tab can be created, which shows the XAS and XES spectra obtained from the calculated final EXAFS. The default EXAFS and XAS/XES spectra can also be obtained from the plot of the same tab.
If the EXAFS/XAS/XES spectra are saved as text files or databases, the tab can be exported.
MD Viewer panel: Here, you can view selected particles along the molecular dynamics trajectories generated by the OPLS/AA force field. The positions of the selected atoms can be viewed in sequence and the selected atoms can be grouped to trace the movements of the atoms. The same atoms can also be selected by clicking their symbols.
An example, showing a simulated EXAFS spectrum and an obtained XAS/XES spectrum, can be found in the examples section.
System Requirements For ExafsArchitect:
OS: Windows 10, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 7/7 SP1
Processor: Intel Core i3 2.2 GHz / AMD Phenom II X4 945 GHz or better
Memory: 6 GB RAM
Storage: 2 GB available space
Graphics: DirectX 9.0c-compatible graphics card with support for Pixel Shader 3.0
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Network: Broadband internet connection
Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c-compatible sound card with support for EAX