Commit 11bd651f authored by trappn's avatar trappn
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ZSGH was written with the intention of providing a free, simple and
universal space group determination tool to the general public. The commonly used
commercial tools such as XPREP (Bruker), XPLAIN (Rigaku) and GRAL (Rigaku Oxford Diffraction)
require a license, thereby preventing use and distribution in lectures, workshops and schools.
require a license or run only under Windows, thereby preventing use and distribution in lectures, workshops and schools.
Free tools are often part of clunky program suites, do not run on multiple platforms
and/or lack documentation.
Additionally, there was a demand for a more transparent and didactic process with
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The implementation is minimum-dependency, (almost) pure Python3. Single file
commandline executables are provided.
Olex2 ( will recognize the executable when
Olex2 ( will eventually recognize the executable when
found somewhere in the system path or the Olex2 installation directory. It can
then be invoked from the Olex2 commandline by typing "zsgh", or via a hyperlink
under the "Solve" tab (this is currently an alpha version feature).
under the "Solve" tab (not yet in the release version). Under Mac, special measures must be taken,
see file
Note that without access to the covariance matrix, we can only roughly estimate
transformed unit cell esds. If angles change significantly during transformation,
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