RMCProfile : Reverse Monte Carlo for crystalline and disordered materials
Welcome to the home of RMCProfile, here you can download the RMCProfile software, documentation and examples.
This version of RMC was built from the original RMCA code of McGreevy & Pusztai to determine the local structure of crystalline materials while still being capable of analyzing disordered systems. The current version of RMCProfile results from a collaboration between scientists at ISIS, SNS, University of Cambridge, University of Oxford, Queen Mary University of London & NIST. It is now possible to fit many data types simultaneously (Neutron & X-ray total scattering & the Bragg profile, EXAFS, single crystal diffuse scattering) and use a range of constraints to produce atomic models that are consistent with all the available data. In this way we are progressing the effort to develop a 'complex modelling' approach to elucidate structural details of materials that are the key to their exploitable functional properties.
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To download the software you will need to join the RMCProfile mailing list. Please go here to subscribe, and then use your email address and the password you create to access the download links.
To download the software you will need to join the RMCProfile mailing list. Please go here to subscribe, and then use your email address and the password you create to access the download links. If you had a wiki account, it will no longer work for the downloads, and you should have been automatically subscribed to the list (please check your spam/junk folders). (Please note this account is distinct from your RMC Forum  account; should you have one you will still need to set up a separate RMCProfile mailing list account.)
Unfortunately, it will not be possible to support users who are working with versions of the software that are not the current version.
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