MinSpectra

MinSpectra

MinSpectra

Developer’s Description

By Minserv (Mineral Services)
Minspectra is a program to display and analyze mineral spectral data. Within the last ten years mineral spectral analysis via spaceborne, airborne and surface instruments has become widespread and is now the principle method for analyzing and mapping minerals on a regional scale. Most existing databases are compiled from Thermal Emission Spectrometers (TES), which collect data in the infra-red (IR), near infra-red (NIR) and shortwave-infrared (SWIR) ranges. These wavelengths have proven to be the most effective for mineral identification. MinSpectra will display digital spectral files and also extract peaks and perform further analysis. Bitmap images of spectral plots can also be displayed, as some databases use this type of data for displaying spectral plots. A database menu is available for linking to external spectral databases. MinSpectra can be used with the Arizona State University (ASU) rock forming minerals spectral database, supplied as a text file that can be loaded directly into MinSpectra’s spreadsheet. USGS Spectra Library 4a is now supplied with MinSpectra and can be loaded directly without any reformatting. MinSpectra will read the supplied JHU Spectra Library (*.txt), USGS Spectral Library 4a (*.spc) and 5a (*.asc) data and the supplied ASU Rock Forming Minerals Spectra Library (*.txt). Text files containing spectra data can also be imported or pasted into the spreadsheet

Minspectra is a program to display and analyze mineral spectral data. Within the the last ten years mineral spectral analysis via spaceborne, airborne and surface instruments has become widespread and is now the principle method for analyzing and mapping minerals on a regional scale. Most existing databases are compiled from Thermal Emission Spectrometers (TES), which collect data in the infra-red (IR), near infra-red (NIR) and shortwave-infrared (SWIR) ranges.

Minspectra is a program to display and analyze mineral spectral data. Within the the last ten years mineral spectral analysis via spaceborne, airborne and surface instruments has become widespread and is now the principle method for analyzing and mapping minerals on a regional scale. Most existing databases are compiled from Thermal Emission Spectrometers (TES), which collect data in the infra-red (IR), near infra-red (NIR) and shortwave-infrared (SWIR) ranges.This web page contains thorough information on how to remove MinSpectra V1.1 for Windows. The Windows version was created by MinServ (Mineral Services). Open here where you can read more on MinServ (Mineral Services). Please open http://www.geologynet.com if you want to read more on MinSpectra V1.1 on MinServ (Mineral Services)’s page. Usually the MinSpectra V1.1 program is to be found in the C:\Program Files (x86)\MinSpectra directory, depending on the user’s option during setup. The full command line for uninstalling MinSpectra V1.1 is C:\Program Files (x86)\MinSpectra\unins000.exe. Keep in mind that if you will type this command in Start / Run Note you might receive a notification for admin rights. MinSpectra.exe is the programs’s main file and it takes close to 872.21 KB (893140 bytes) on disk.

(1985, Contib. Mineral. and Petrol, 90, 107-120) and Ghiorso and Sack (1994, Contib. Mineral and Petrol., 119: 197-212).Starting with version 5, CO2 and S were added as additional system components. This allows one to exsolve both a C-O-H-S fluid and to precipitate sulfide and C-bearing phases from the liquid.

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