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.
18feb2013: Release 2.1.7b, with support for Voigt profiles.
25oct2012: Release 2.1.6a: From now on, we require the new language standard C++11 (or C++0x).
25oct2012: Release 2.1.5a: This is the last release in C++90/98/03.
2may2012: New project website http://apps.jcns.fz-juelich.de/frida, hosted by the Scientific Computing Group at FRM II.
For older revisions, see the change log
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.