xylib

xylib is a portable library for reading files that contain x-y data from powder diffraction, spectroscopy and other experimental methods.

Supported formats:

The library is written in C++, but it comes with C and Python bindings.

It also comes with a tiny program xyconv, which converts supported formats to text with tab-separated values.

For API description, see xylib/xylib.h file.

Licence: LGPL

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Source:

Prerequisites:

On Unix, just type ./configure && make.

MISC NOTES

The file sample-urls contains links to files in formats handled by xylib.

In addition to C++ API, we provide C API and very simple Python bindings. So far we had no requests for binding to other languages.

Documentation for programmers who want to extend xylib is in the file README.dev.

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xylib is used by:

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