Match! Video Tutorials
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Match! Quick Start
-- March 11, 2014
This video is a good starting point for users who are new to our "Match!" software for phase identification from powder diffraction data. It covers the basic steps and demonstrates the normal workflow. Starting with the import of the diffraction data, it covers the selection of the matching phases (qualitative analysis), the semi-quantitative analysis and finally the Rietveld refinement incl. quantitative analysis.
Match List Operations
-- September 25, 2015
This video provides a quick overview over all operations that can be carried out in the so-called "Match list" of "Match!", our software for phase identification from powder diffraction data. For example, you will learn how to manually modify the quantitative amounts or phase titles.
Rietveld refinement using Match!
-- September 17, 2013
In this video we demonstrate how Rietveld refinement calculations can be performed. You will learn how to setup and evaluate Rietveld refinement calculations using the Match! user interface, while the actual calculations are run by the well-known software package "FullProf" in the background. As an example, we refine the diffraction pattern and crystal structure of LaB6.
Working in Match!'s Pattern Graphics
-- October 17, 2013
In this tutorial video we demonstrate how you can use the mouse and keyboard buttons to work in the diffraction pattern graphics. We will show you how to display and modify the background using the corresponding control points, how to manually mark, add, delete and edit peaks, the various options for zooming, how to use the tracking facility, and finally how to exclude certain ranges of the diffraction pattern. Match! version 2.1.3 will be used throughout the video.
What's new in Match! 3.3
-- October 4, 2016
The main new features in Match! 3.3 are demonstrated in this video: Crystallite size estimation (using the Scherrer formula), new displaying option "stick pattern" for the peak positions, displaying of stick pattern in data sheet,
and the simultaneous viewing of given and refined crystal structures in Diamond.