User's ReferencePDF Manual here. There is an HTML version, automatically generated from the PDF.
ScreencastsUser contributed videos (Dec, 2016):
Animation and composition profiles in 3Depict 0.0.13 (Apr, 2013):
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Some sample datasets are listed below, and whilst not very interesting can be used to understand the program's capabilities. If you have better looking datasets that you are willing to provide, please let us know.
- Simulated BCC crystal
- Simulated Al-Cu theta' crystal (with range file)
- Some spatially random data
- Blast-resistant martensitic steel dataset R06_09990- .pos and .rrng files External website.
Compilation instructionsFor programmers, and advanced users, instructions on how to compile 3Depict from source are available here. The procedure can be a bit tricky though.
Program structure3Depict has documentation regarding the program structure available. This is automatically generated using the Doxygen "Doxyfile" in the source tarball. The documentation provides data such as call and inheritance diagrams, hyperlinked function declarations and descriptions, and provides a useful "first glance" reference for working with the code. For a full program overview, try looking at the MainWindowFrame class.
Audio data obtained from wikipedia commons, by Lee Galloway, used under the creative commons sharealike 3.0 licence. Video data files are distributed under the same licence.