XFIT for Windows is a suite of X-ray Absorption Fine Structure (XAFS) analysis programs
for PCs using the Windows 95 operating system. The Windows version of XFIT was developed
at the University of Sydney as a joint project with, and funded by, the Australian
Synchrotron Research Program Inc.
It incorporates the following features:
- A graphical user interface driven averaging and spline program.
- A choice between ab initio and empirical calculations of XAFS.
- Single and multiple scattering XAFS calculated using the FEFF routines.
- Fourier filtering of both experimental and calculated XAFS.
- A generalised formalism for parameter constraints and restraints.
- Estimation of random errors by a Monte-Carlo technique.
- The ability to fit a model simultaneously to several XAFS data sets.
- The ability to fit a model with more than one absorption site.
- A user-friendly interface.
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