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 +Welcome to the topas wiki website!  Everyone who is a registered member of the wiki can contribute to it and is very welcome to do so. 
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-Welcome to the topas wiki website!  +In October 2022 we migrated the site to a new platform.  Let John know if there are any problems.
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-Wiki software allows web pages to be created and edited using a common web browser. This means that everyone who is a registered member of the wiki can contribute to it and is very welcome to do so. Most pages can be read by anybody, but you need to register for full access.+On the left you'll find links to pages that we think you'll find most useful 
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-On the left you'll find links to pages that we think you'll find most useful +If you're looking for John's topas webages, they've recently moved to [[https://topas.webspace.durham.ac.uk/|topaswebspace.durham.ac.uk]].
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 To reference the topas wiki origins or jedit you might like to use "Evans, J. S. O. Advanced input files and parametric quantitative analysis using Topas. //Materials Science Forum 651//, **1** (2010)" or one of the other articles in the [[http://www.scientific.net/MSF.651|special issue of materials forum]] which documents the Trento meeting where the wiki was first suggested.  There's description of the topas symbolic language etc in: Coelho, A. A., Evans, J. S. O., Evans, I. R., Kern, A. & Parsons, S. The TOPAS symbolic computation system. //Powder Diffraction// **26**, S22-S25, doi:10.1154/1.3661087 (2011). To reference the topas wiki origins or jedit you might like to use "Evans, J. S. O. Advanced input files and parametric quantitative analysis using Topas. //Materials Science Forum 651//, **1** (2010)" or one of the other articles in the [[http://www.scientific.net/MSF.651|special issue of materials forum]] which documents the Trento meeting where the wiki was first suggested.  There's description of the topas symbolic language etc in: Coelho, A. A., Evans, J. S. O., Evans, I. R., Kern, A. & Parsons, S. The TOPAS symbolic computation system. //Powder Diffraction// **26**, S22-S25, doi:10.1154/1.3661087 (2011).
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