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==Horace: visualising and manipulating S('''Q''',w) measured in all four dimensions==
 
==Horace: visualising and manipulating S('''Q''',w) measured in all four dimensions==
  
Horace is a suite of programs for the visualisation and analysis of large datasets from time-of-flight neutron inelastic scattering spectrometers. For more information [[The_Horace_Rationale|read this]].
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Horace is a suite of programs for the visualisation and analysis of large datasets from time-of-flight neutron inelastic scattering spectrometers. The theory behind, and application of, Horace has been published in Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research. It is freely available online [http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S016890021630777X here], from where you can also download a pdf copy under the [https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Creative Commons Attribution License]. Please cite this paper if you have used Horace in your research. More details about citing Horace can be found [[How_to_cite_Horace|here]].
 
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==News==
 
==News==
  
===Horace paper===
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*[[News|General Horace news]]
 
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We are pleased to report that our paper detailing the theory behind and application of Horace has been published in Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research. It freely available online [http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S016890021630777X here], from where you can also download a pdf copy under the [https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Creative Commons Attribution License]. Please cite this paper if you have used Horace in your research. More details about citing Horace can be found [[How_to_cite_Horace|here]].
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===Matlab 2014b and later===
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The release of Matlab 2014b included some major changes to the way graphics are handled.
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We have modified our graphics routines to account for these changes but the changes are so big that some errors may still remain unnoticed.
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If you find any problems with the graphics in Horace, please report them in the usual way.
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*[[Horace Releases]]
We thank you for your understanding in the meantime.
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==Download, support & updates==
 
==Download, support & updates==
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*[[Support and updates]]
 
*[[Support and updates]]
  
*[[Changing Horace settings]]
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==How to use Horace==
  
*[[What's new]]
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*[[Getting started|Getting started: An introduction to the use of Horace with the Matlab command line]]
  
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*[[Advanced use|Advanced use of Horace with the Matlab command line]]
  
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*[[Horace GUI|Horace Graphical User Interface]]
  
==Example scripts==
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==Horace Manual==
 
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*'''[[Example scripts]]'''
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==Getting started with Horace==
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*Quick links
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*Horace Manual chapters
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**[[Changing Horace settings]]
 
**[[Planning a Horace scan]]
 
**[[Planning a Horace scan]]
 
**[[Generating SQW files]]
 
**[[Generating SQW files]]
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**[[Manipulating and extracting data from SQW files and objects|Taking cuts from data; saving, loading and querying cuts on disk ]]
 
**[[Correcting for sample misalignment]]
 
**[[Correcting for sample misalignment]]
**[[run_inspector|Data diagnostics]]
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**[[Data diagnostics]]
**[[Manipulating and extracting data from SQW files and objects|Cuts etc]]
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**[[Symmetrising etc]]
 
**[[Symmetrising etc]]
 
**[[Binary_operations|Add, subtract, etc]]
 
**[[Binary_operations|Add, subtract, etc]]
 
**[[Plotting]]
 
**[[Plotting]]
 
**[[Simulation]]
 
**[[Simulation]]
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**[[Multifit|Fitting data]]
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**[[Tobyfit|Fitting with resolution function convolution]]
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**[[Fitting|Basic Fitting]]
 
**[[Fitting|Basic Fitting]]
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*[[List of functions|Complete list of functions]]
  
*[[Horace GUI|Horace Graphical User Interface]]
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*[[Input_file_formats|Input file formats and creating input files]]
  
 
*[[FAQ|FAQs]]
 
*[[FAQ|FAQs]]
  
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==Example scripts==
  
==More advanced use of Horace==
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*[[Example scripts]]
 
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*[[List of functions|Complete list of functions]]
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*[[Getting started|Introduction to the use of Horace with the Matlab command line]]
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*[[Advanced use|Advanced use of Horace with the Matlab command line]]
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*[[Input_file_formats|Input file formats and creating input files]]
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==Citing Horace==
 
==Citing Horace==
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*[[Papers citing Horace]]
 
*[[Papers citing Horace]]
 
  
 
==For Developers==
 
==For Developers==

Latest revision as of 20:51, 1 June 2020

Horace: visualising and manipulating S(Q,w) measured in all four dimensions

Horace is a suite of programs for the visualisation and analysis of large datasets from time-of-flight neutron inelastic scattering spectrometers. The theory behind, and application of, Horace has been published in Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research. It is freely available online here, from where you can also download a pdf copy under the Creative Commons Attribution License. Please cite this paper if you have used Horace in your research. More details about citing Horace can be found here.

News

Download, support & updates

How to use Horace

Horace Manual

Example scripts

Citing Horace

For Developers