New look! New user friendliness! More operating systems!

Analyze Spectra on Your PC!

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Welcome to the beta test site for the first new software for the SpectroClick Kit since 2009! Be among the first to try it out. It does the same thing as the older software, but with a modern look. And you can use your Mac!

We will be adding to this page during spring and summer of 2017. Because we expect this page to change often, we do not guarantee that any file you download from this page will be available at any moment other than when you click on it! Unlike normal web etiquette, we will NOT keep old file versions until we are confident that available versions are stable.

The obvious question: “When will you have software for iOS and Android?” It is not clear if we will support these systems. If we do support them, the software will be provided through the iTunes Store and Playstore, and they will probably not be free.  Is there interest in a version that runs on ARM processors (e.g. Raspberry Pi)?  Let us know!

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Operating System Related File Installation Instructions
and Documentation
Demonstration Video
Windows 7/8.1/10 Zipped Windows Package Instructions – Windows Demonstration
(14 1/2 minute MP4 video)

Shorter Demonstration (11 minute MP4 video)
OSX Zipped OSX Package Instructions – Apple OSX Please use Windows Demo
Linux Zipped Linux Package Instructions – Linux Please use Windows Demo

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

Software was derived from the original SpectroClick Kit Windows software program still available to download and described in an article published in the Journal of the Analytical Sciences Digital Library. The new versions were written in the Electron framework by Chris Hyndman and Richa Meherwal. The full source package is over 150 MB, too big to upload to Dreamhost. Anyone wishing a copy and agreeing to abide by the Creative Commons license may send a request for a .zip file of the package to