Tirith Web File Server
Select your research group directory from the drop down menu.
If you cannot access your files, send email to email@example.com with your login and preferred password.
RAID informationThe structure data on Tirith webserver are located on a four-slice redundant array of hard drives and backed-up to another RAID located in the department server room. This was implemented to introduce fault tolerance to disk crashes. Nevertheless we continue to encourage users to download and back up their data. The most important files are the CIF, RES and HKL. The most recent version of the crystal suite software, SHELX-2015, incorporates the RES and HKL files into the CIF, in which case the CIF alone is sufficient.
DatabaseA user-customizable Filemaker Pro database service is now supported at the XCL.
UtilitiesGhostscript program suite to view PostScript files for Windows computers.
CrystalMaker is a commercial molecular visualization package for Mac OS X.
Mercury is an excellent and free visualization program for Windows and for Mac OSX developed by the good folks that create the Cambridge Structural Database. This is particularly useful for examining extended structures with H-bonding for example.
If you cannot access your group files, please send an email message to firstname.lastname@example.org with your group code, login name, and preferred password. For security reasons, please select NEW passwords.
Examples of Acta Crystallographica E papers:
Young & Yap (2007a)
Acta Cryst. E63, m2075-
Young & Yap (2007b)
Acta Cryst. E63, m1943-
Xie, et al. (2007)
Acta Cryst. E63, m1902---m1903
Hadadzadeh, et al. (2006)
Jernigan, et al. (2006)
Example of Acta Crystallographica C paper:
Kreisel, et al. (2006)
Example of Collection of Czechoslovak Chemical Communications:
Salisbury, et al. (2006) Collect. Czech. Chem. Commun., 72, 5-6, 637-648.
Example of Polyhedron:
Maffet, et al. (2007) Polyhedron 26, 4758-4764.
updated April 28, 2017