HystLab is a MATLAB based software for advanced processing and analysis of magnetic hysteresis data. HystLab is an easy to use graphical interface that is compatible with a wide range of software platforms.
If users encounter bugs or problems using HystLab, or have any suggestions for improving the software, we would really like to hear from as all input is welcome. If you use HystLab in your work, please make it clear what version was used and what data processing was performed. We would also be grateful if you cited the publication that introduced HystLab: Paterson, G. A., X. Zhao, M. Jackson, and D. Heslop (2018), Measuring, processing, and analyzing hysteresis data, Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., 19, doi:10.1029/2018GC007620.
Details on how to use HystLab are provided in the instruction manual packaged with HystLab.
How to get it
The latest version of the software the GitHub front page (https://github.com/greigpaterson/HystLab). Different versions can be gotten from the "releases" tab (https://github.com/greigpaterson/HystLab/releases).
We recommend using GitHub Desktop (https://desktop.github.com/), which allows users to easily synchronize with the latest version of HystLab.
If users are interesting in receiving email updates about HystLab, please let us know.
Greig A. Paterson
University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK.
Xiang Zhao and David Heslop
Australian National University, Canberra, Australia.
Institute for Rock Magnetism, University of Minnesota, Minnesota, USA.
Brief Version History:
(See the instruction manual for full details)
|0.8.4-beta||The beta version of HystLab released alongside the initial manuscript preprint release.|
|1.0.0||The first finalized version of HystLab, published along side accepted manuscript.|