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<p><strong>Requirements:</strong> Matlab & MTEX</p> <p><strong>How to run:</strong></p> <p>Installation&gt;&gt;</p> <ul> <li>Install MTEX</li> <li>Unzip dbsd file</li> <li>Open Matlab</li> <li>Double Click on dBSDsteel.fig</li> </ul> <p>Capabilities&gt;&gt;</p> <ul> <li>General EBSD plots</li> <li>Calculate martensite variants using KS relationship</li> <li>Calculations using Taylor and Schmid</li> <li>Compare two maps of same area after deformation or phase change</li> <li>DIC and Trends, in next upgrade</li> </ul> <p>General&gt;&gt;</p> <ul> <li>The code is slow. Don't press loads of buttons, there may be stuff calculating. Look for Calculating in top right or check Matlab command window (hit retrun and see if it says 'busy')</li> <li>The code is still in development and has not been fully debugged</li> <li>Additional functions to extract the data need implementation. Some exist as external functions which will be added when ready.</li> </ul> <p>Using&gt;&gt;</p> <ul> <li>Use 'Load ebsd' to load EBSD files</li> <li>Use 'Calc grains' to clean data and calculate grains</li> <li>Use 'Calc Taylor' to calculate Taylor model & Schmid factors</li> <li>Use 'Calc Variant' to calculate details about martensite variants</li> <li>Use 'Calc Steps' if have two maps of the same area after some change, e.g. deformation. Will need to load the saved RES files</li> <li>When calculated, use 'Save RES' to save time later</li> <li>Go to different tabs for different plots</li> </ul> <p>--</p> <p><strong>If you use this in a publication cite</strong></p> <p>APA</p> <p>Simm, T. H. (2018, February 11). dBSD. <a href="http://doi.org/10.17605/OSF.IO/TS9KE" rel="nofollow">http://doi.org/10.17605/OSF.IO/TS9KE</a></p> <p>MLA</p> <p>Simm, Thomas H. “dBSD.” Open Science Framework, 11 Feb. 2018. Web.</p> <p>Chicago</p> <p>Simm, Thomas H. 2018. “dBSD.” Open Science Framework. February 11. doi:10.17605/<a href="http://OSF.IO/TS9KE" rel="nofollow">OSF.IO/TS9KE</a></p>
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