The EFLECH and INDEX programs have no limitations. You should not use
this programs after March 2011.
Index at level 5.1.6 has successfully passed
a set of 17 test examples consisting of
In all cases, the default values for
- 3 cubic examples: fluorite, magnetite, Y2O3
- 2 tetragonal examples: cassiterite, zircon
- 3 hexagonal examples: corundum, quartz, zincite
- 2 orthorhombic examples: anhydrite, PbSO4
- 3 monoclinic examples: epidote, gypsum, muscovite
- 4 triclinic examples: K2Cr2O7, kyanite,
ignore= were in usage. The
whole set takes 26h 53min on a 3.0GHz Phenom II PC (4 threads in use).
- Use the programs at your own risk.
- Using the programs is not allowed after March 2011.
- For any questions, mailto
- A full licence is included into the packages.
- If results achieved with EFLECH/INDEX are to be published, please see
here for a paper appropriate for citation.
Download the appropriate program files and the
data files ('bgmndata.zip'). Create a directory 'rietveld' in the root of a
volume (e.g. c:). Then unzip the program files and the data files into this
directory. Append this directory to the path. Set the environment variable
EFLECH to the program directory:
Now you are ready to run EFLECH/INDEX.
It is recommended to create separate subdirectories for each analytical task
c:\rietveld\k2cr2o7) and to run all programs from these
subdirectories. These subdirs should contain the control file
*.sav), the measuring data file
and the instrumental function file
Actual Release is 5.1.8
The Linux example includes the binary
*.geq file for Intel
processors. It may not be used on other UNIX systems.