FORC+: First Order Reversal Curves + Reversibility -- version 1.84
Instructions for downloading and running:
New since version 1.83: the "C" key now changes the oversaturation globally, not just in the currently selected window.
- Download the 64-bit executable (FORC+1.84.exe)
and sample script.
- In your directory window, drag a data file (see below for supported formats) to the .exe file. There is a sample PMC-format data file here.
- If this does not produce a graphics window with a FORC plot, capture the console
(text) window (either as text or image) and send it to email@example.com -- I'll try
to figure out what went wrong.
- Although there are no axis labels yet, you can find the ranges of the variables in the console window (the text window) -- they are written to the console window each time the graphs are re-drawn.
- If you get an error message that your system is missing dlls, download them
here for 64-bit (these normally go in C:\Windows\System32).
Don't let Microsoft's wierd reversal of 32 and 64 in the directory names confuse you.
- Try pressing some keys: s, S, w, b, z, Z, r, c, C ...; arrow keys show and move the cursor.
There is a list of script-file commands and keyboard commands.
- If you want to save the graphics window to a file (e.g., for annotation and publication), press alt-PrtScn to copy it to the clipboard, then open Paint (or any image editing program) and paste the saved data to the Paint window. You can then crop it and save it.
- To close the window, press "escape" -- the usual X at the upper right doesn't work yet.
This code has been developed by P. B. Visscher.