SpecTools - an OpenSource software package for quant. spectra analysis
Automated Quantitative Spectroscopic Analysis Combining Background Subtraction, Cosmic-Ray Removal and Peak Fitting programmed in LabVIEW. Current version 1.1.0. Binaries and source available.
Analysis of Raman spectra and spectroscopy data.
Raman Tool Set has been developed as a user-friendly free software for processing and analysis of Raman spectra and spectroscopy data. RamanToolSet offers the following functions for processing: - scaling spectra - offset spectra - cut spectra - averaging spectra - smoothing spectra - normalizing spectra - background subtraction - polynomial subtraction The following analytical tools have been implemented: - Principal Component Analysis (PCA) - Clustering analysis - Extended Multiplicative Signal Correction (EMSC) analysis The following mapping tools have been implemented: - Producing single spectra files from Renishaw, Witec and Horiba mapping files (.txt) - Mapping the single spectra so imported from Renishaw, Witec or Horiba files - PCA is performed over mapping spectra and PCA-Scores are mapped - ICA is performed over mapping spectra and ICA-coefficients are mapped - Clustering analysis is performed over mapping spectra and Clusters are mapped
AFM puller control software
Nanopuller by Konrad Pawlak and Janusz Strzelecki http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ultramic.2016.01.008 http://www.biofizyka.fizyka.umk.pl/ Laboratory made AFM force spectroscopy setups were present in milestone single molecule experiments and there is a growing number of groups using such equipment even though the commercial setups are nowadays widely available. The ability to tailor the setup accordingly to particular application is an advantage that makes the effort necessary for construction a worthy investment. However, one advantage of using a commercial setup – repeatability and unification, cannot be archived, as every laboratory is developing a specific data acquisition protocol and software. Our Nanopuller software (open ISC license) presented here is intended to eliminate this obstacle. We give access to a program, which with only a minimum effort can be adjusted for vast array of typical equipment.