CrystDiff is an interactive program with a graphical user interface for the simulation of kinematical electron diffraction patterns in random orientations, taking into account the orientation relationship between the incident electron beam and crystal thickness. It accepts CIF files as input and a number of experimental parameters can be used in the calculation, including microscope accelerating voltage, camera length, beam divergence angle, crystal thickness and incident beam orientation. The simulated patterns are shown in the software and can be output as diffraction data.


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We thank Dr. Wei Wan for creating the software.