Frida (“Fast reliable interactive data analysis”) is a versatile data analysis program with special routines for inelastic neutron scattering. It is actively maintained by Joachim Wuttke.
18apr18: Release 2.4.1c. Check input to msx, correct error estimate in mpad, mpads. 27feb18: Release 2.4.1a. Slight changes in advanced user interface (string handling); many minor improvements.
See the changelog for details.
Please send bug reports to Joachim. The git development snapshot contains a bug list (~/TODO).
The first JCNS School on Data Analysis for Quasielastic Neutron Scattering with Frida took place on 28-29 April 2010. The next school will be organized as soon as a sufficient number of potential participants have indicated their interest.