National Centre for HREM,
Kavli Institute of Nanoscience,
Delft University of technology
2628 CJ Delft
is a software package that helps you validate structural models using
electron diffraction patterns. The ELSTRU
package contains the datareduction program GREED and the refinement program MSLS.
A first version of the ELSTRU-manual
can be downloaded from here.
License conditions and price lists are available from email@example.com
Download and installation instructions for the following versions are
- OpenVMS (AXP)
- Fedora x86-64 (Intel compiler)
- Fedora i686 (Intel compiler)
- Fedora i686 (G95 compiler)
- CentOS x86-64 (Intel compiler)
- OpenSUSE x86-64 (Intel compiler)
- OpenSUSE i686 (Intel compiler)
- MacOSX (64 bits)
The OpenVMS version is the best tested version and contains always all
The Intel-Linux versions are about 25% faster than the G95 version.
However the G95 compiler is FREE.
For the Intel-Linux compiler you need to have a license in some form
(maybe you are entitled to get it for free)
Versions for other platforms may be available. If you have a request
please drop me an E-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Last updated by Jouk Jansen on 27 September 2013