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Collaborative Computational Project Number 14

for Single Crystal and Powder Diffraction


Fourth Release of CCP14

The CCP14 Homepage is at http://www.ccp14.ac.uk

The Fourth Release of the CCP14 Suite for Powder and Single-Crystal Diffraction Analysis is now available.

Obtaining the CCP14 Introductory Manual via FTP

Obtaining the software

To retrieve the CCP14 suite via the U.K. ftp site and tradition ftp methods, please take the following steps :

  1. Type "ftp gserv1.dl.ac.uk" or "ftp" to reach the Daresbury anonymous FTP server, followed by "anonymous" for userid and your own e-mail address for password.

  2. Next, type "cd ccp14" to move down to the CCP14 home directory.

  3. Below this level, you will see a number of "operating system" directories eg. "sgirix5.2", which contain all the executables for that particular platform. In each operating system directory, the programs are grouped according to crystallographic function in appropriately named sub-directories, eg. "index" for indexing, "struc" for structure solution, "quant" for quantitative analysis, etc.

  4. The documentation is contained in the directory "doc", on the same level as the operating system directories. The documentation and example input data files corresponding to any one program are grouped in a sub-directory named after that program. All the ".doc" documentation files are in ASCII format.

  5. Before collecting the programs, it will be best to "get" the postscript version of the CCP14 Manual and print it out at your site. The manual for the Fourth Release is available in the directory "/ccp14/doc/manual" and consists of the files "manual.ps", "fig1.ps", "table1.ps" and "table2.ps". The Microsoft Word ".doc" files for Table 1, Table 2 and Fig. 1 can also be found in the same directory. The manual gives full details of how to use the suite and of how to run individual programs.

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