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Main features of wxEWA

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  • Free! (at least for academic purposes)
  • Based on algorithms, published in international journals
  • Multi-procedure: several ways to carry out tasks
  • Meets most recommendations for spectrum data evaluation software
  • Attractive graphic interface, interactive, GUI handling; advanced batch processing
  • Detailed on-line PDF manual (tutorial, User's Guide, Reference Guide)
  • Multi-platform:
  • Everything configurable; a lot of options
  • User friendly: good default settings
  • Simple dynamic modeling/fitting/adjusting
  • Print-preview of the created graphs.
  • Several data formats supported directly, including:
    • ATOMKI in-house formats
    • Leybold
    • Scienta
    • Tabular
    • VAMAS'88
    • Many more
  • Special support for XPS/UPS specific features
    • kinetic/binding energy
    • inelastic scattering
    • deadtime correction
  • A variety of components for the evaluation
    • Peaks
      • Doniach-Sunjic
      • Drude-type
      • Fano profile
      • Gaussian
      • Kuchiev PCI profile
      • Lorentzian
      • pseudo-Voigt
      • Voigt approximation, 1E-2
      • Voigt approximation, 1E-4
      • Voigt approximation, 1E-6
    • Backgrounds
      • Polynomial
      • Shirley
      • ArcTan
      • Tougaard
      • Wannier
    • Multiline structures
      • Exciting X ray satellites,
      • Molecular vibration multiplets,
      • Doublets
    • Component supplements
      • Peak tails
        • Shirley
        • Tougaard
      • Convolvers
      • Efficiency
  • Advanced evaluation options, like
    • linking
      • parameters
      • components
    • cross-spectrum evaluation
      • multiple datasets
      • multiple spectra
  • Math. stat support
  • A lot more
Last updated 06.02.2004