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WULFFMAN
An Interactive Crystal Shape Constructor

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NEWS: (May 3, 2013) Wulff shape software derived from the Wulffman code is actively being developed for newer platforms by Rachel Zucker and Craig Carter at MIT. Their code is availabe from their MIT server, or on the investigator's gitHub page.

(June 20, 2012) The Wulffman software can be run directly online at nanoHUB.

Related, a patched version of the source tree, which is easier to build on gcc4 compilers and more recent Linux distributions, is now available in the archive section. Thanks to Steven Clark at nanoHUB for sharing his changes.



Wulffman was written by:

Andrew Roosen
Ryan McCormack
W. Craig Carter

in the mid-1990s. The code is provided here on an "as is" basis with no support.



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