Rigaku X-Ray Diffractometer

Rigaku X-Ray Diffractometer

  • 4K to 300K @ 3T
  • 1000°C to room

PANalytical X-pert Pro

PANalytical X-Pert Pro Diffraction System

  • XCelerator Detector
  • Furnace Stage
  • X-Y-Z-Psi-Phi stage
  • Sample Spinner

Postcards/flyers

Graphic Services can produce postcards and fliers and other materials in a variety of sizes and styles. We'll work with you to produce just the right product for your particular need.

Here are a few examples of materials we've produced:

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Graphic Services

Graphic Services supports the design, printing and production needs of the Ames Laboratory, the Institute for Physical Research and Technology, and Iowa State University. Services include:

 

PHP

PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor is a widely used, general-purpose scripting language that was originally designed for web development to produce dynamic web pages. For this purpose, PHP code is embedded into the HTML source document and interpreted by a web server with a PHP processor module, which generates the web page document. As a general-purpose programming language, PHP code is processed by an interpreter application in command-line mode performing desired operating system operations and producing program output on its standard output channel. It may also function as a graphical application. PHP is available as a processor for most modern web servers and as standalone interpreter on most operating systems and computing platforms.

Creating user functions in GENPLOT using "gpextend.lib"

Each user function contains several files.  For this reason I suggest creating a directory for each function under the following path:
            c:\progra~1\cgs\surf\

A collection of template files (which can be copied into a new directory and then edited to create a new function) is located in:

            c:\progra~1\cgs\surf\template

fitref.5 - Reflectivity Fitting for C-Plot

The following is a comprehensive set of notes describing how I wrote the original version of fitref.5.c.  I've included any relavent code to further explain how it was written.
-- Michael Kelley

Example for Writing User 5 Functions in C-Plot

What is gaussian.5.c?

gaussian.5.c is a fully functioning example for a C-Plot level 5 user function. It was written from a modified version of fitref.5.c. There is a comprehensive set of notes explaining how I wrote fitref.5.c.

The file is written to be easily modified. Places that need to be changed are marked with a !!!--!!! comment on the right side of the file.

Template for Writing User 4 Functions in C-Plot

What is template.4.c?

template_4.c is a fully functioning example for a C-Plot level 4 user function. It uses C-Plot macros defined in p_funct.h which is included with C-Plot. See ref1.4.c for an example.

Function Specifics:

The program contains four functions: