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0.980  -  28. April 2020:

+ first release


 0.981  -  5. May 2020:

+ implementation of help pages


 0.987  -  3. September 2020:

+ bug fixes

    plot2D:  low limit for intensity scaling, display of Dummy values

    tools1D: dynamic rebin for multiple selection

    mask2D: unmask

    plot1D: display of correct axes titles

    force refreshing of directory list when button clicked for all tree views


 0.988  -  6. September 2020:

+ bug fix for plot1D, tools1D:

   the default sorting behavior of Qt for selected files was unpredictable
   -  difficult to handle for the output filename when averaging, etc.
   > sort is now forced.

   Multi-selections in plot2D are still plotted in the order as selected


 

SAXSutilities 64bit (Matlab):

latest version:   27. June 2019

 

  1.  download for Windows   [Windows installer, ~40MB]

      you need also the Matlab 2019a runtime environment   [zipped Windows installer, ~2GB]

  2.  download for Linux (Debian8 and compatible)   [archive, ~1.5MB, see below]

      you need also the Matlab 2013b runtime environment   [installer, ~490MB]

 

 

 

SAXSutilities 62bit (Matlab):

latest version:   1. October 2014

  

  1.  download for Windows   [Windows installer, ~7.5MB]

      you need also the Matlab 2014a runtime environment   [Windows installer, ~560MB]

 

 

Installation instructions for SAXSutilities (Matllab) under LINUX:

  1. Download and unpack to a folder of your choice: saxsutilities1_glnxa64.zip
    > unzip saxsutilities1_glnxa64.zip

  2. Download and unzip: MCRInstaller2013b_glnxa64.zip
    > unzip MCRInstaller2013b_glnxa64.zip
    Then, run the MCR Installer script from the directory where you unzipped the package file by entering:
    > ./install
    Add the environment variables LD_LIBRARY_PATH and XAPPLRESDIR to your system as indicated in the last step of the installation procedure.
    Note that this has to be done only once for each new release of Matlab.

  3. Add an environment variable SAXSUTILITIESPATH to your system which points to the directory created in step 1.

  4. Note that unspec by P. Mikulík has to be installed.

  5. Note that saxsprograms by P. Bösecke have to be installed.

  6. Start SAXSutilities from the folder created in step 1.
    You can also use a start script like:

    #!/bin/csh
    setenv LD_LIBRARY_PATH [...as indicated by MCRInstaller...]
    setenv XAPPLRESDIR [...as indicated by MCRInstaller...]
    setenv SAXSUTILITIESPATH [/path/to/directory/of/SAXSutilities]
    [/path/to/directory/of/SAXSutilities]/SAXSutilities1

SAXSutilities2 (Python):

current version: 0.987 3 September 2020

 

  1.  download for Windows   [Windows installer, ~160MB]

  2.  download for Linux (Debian8 and compatible)   [archive, ~140MB, just unpack and execute SAXSutilities2]

 

  licence: GPL-3.0

  version history

  report a bug

 


SAXSutilities1 (Matlab):

current version: 4.99 29. April 2020

 

  1.  download for Windows   [Windows installer, ~2MB]

      you need also the Matlab 2014a runtime environment   [Windows installer, ~560MB]

  2.  download for Linux (Debian8 and compatible)   [archive, ~1.5MB, see below]

      you need also the Matlab 2013b runtime environment   [installer, ~490MB]

 

 

Installation instructions for SAXSutilities1 (Matllab) under LINUX:

  1. Download and unpack to a folder of your choice: saxsutilities1_glnxa64.zip
    > unzip saxsutilities1_glnxa64.zip

  2. Download and unzip: MCRInstaller2013b_glnxa64.zip
    > unzip MCRInstaller2013b_glnxa64.zip
    Then, run the MCR Installer script from the directory where you unzipped the package file by entering:
    > ./install
    Add the environment variables LD_LIBRARY_PATH and XAPPLRESDIR to your system as indicated in the last step of the installation procedure.
    Note that this has to be done only once for each new release of Matlab.

  3. Add an environment variable SAXSUTILITIESPATH to your system which points to the directory created in step 1.

  4. Start SAXSutilities from the folder created in step 1.
    You can also use a start script like:

    #!/bin/csh
    setenv LD_LIBRARY_PATH [...as indicated by MCRInstaller...]
    setenv XAPPLRESDIR [...as indicated by MCRInstaller...]
    setenv SAXSUTILITIESPATH [/path/to/directory/of/SAXSutilities1]
    [/path/to/directory/of/SAXSutilities1]/SAXSutilities1