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The HKL-3000 Pre-Conference Workshop at the ICSG 2015 was held on June 7, 2015 at the Weizmann Institute.

New version of the HKL-2000 program - release 706c for the Linux and Mac OS X (Intel) platforms has been released. 

In the version 706c it is again possible to Load a site file form the site configuration window. The new version recognizes Bruker detector Photon 100.

 
The reference paper for the HKL-2000/HKL software has made it to the list of 100 most highly cited scientific papers.  With over 28 thousand citations it reached the 23rd position. 

New version HKL-2000 706 for Linux and Mac OS X (Intel) platforms has been released.

The main changes in v706 are the following:

  • The 64-bit version is available for Linux and Mac.
  • The data auto index procedure was also updated.

New version HKL-2000 705b for Linux and Mac OS X (Intel) platforms has been released.

This version now supports the new Bio-CARS MX340-HS (Rayonix) detector.

New version HKL-2000 705a for Linux and Mac OS X (Intel) platforms has been released.

This version now supports the new SER-CAT MX300-HS (Rayonix) detector.

New version HKL-2000 705 for Linux and Mac OS X (Intel) platforms has been released.

The main changes in v705 are the following:

  • - Scaling Only mode was added - data can be scaled without entering detector information
  • - the sigma cutoff on the Index page was divided into a separate cutoff for indexing and for refinement
  • - MAR345 header read procedure was corrected
  • - ADSC header read procedure was updated
  • - the Keep Current Values button on the Index page was changed to a check box so values of selected variables remain the same when the check box is selected

New version HKL-2000 704y for Linux and Mac OS X (Intel) platforms has been released.

In this version the blind region procedure has been corrected and some minor bug fixes are incorporated as well.  

Additionally,  release 704y allows users to process data from the neutron protein crystal diffractometer at FRM II, Technical University of Munich.

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