|by Christian de Capitani||
Install gfortranThe programs were compiled with gfortran. Unfortunately gfortran does not produce a portable binary, because it does not include all libraries. The easiest way of getting the programs to work, is to install gfortran:
after mingw64 is installed, change the PATH to
From here on the installation becomes mystical.
Mac OS X:
To re-compile, open a Terminal (Batch window), make "Programs" the working directory and type "make all".
If you own a different compiler, you might also want to re-compile the programs.
Useful for Mac OS XDownload cdto from https://github.com/jbtule/cdto. (Download Latest cdto.zip, unzip and "command-move" to toolbar in Finder)
Databases from THERMOCALCMy own translations of these databases were only tested to reproduce few published diagrams and still contain numerous errors.
Fortunately some friends and collegues provide well tested versions which they agree to share with other users:
The databases from THERMOCALC were translated to use with Theriak-Domino by Doug Tinkham, Professor of Metamorphic Geology at Laurentian University.
Professor Jay Ague from Yale University has put the versions of the database his group is using on his website.
Also included are some simple Matlab codes that can be used for preparing input:
Research TalkThere is also a Research Talk organized by Eric Kelly from the University of Texas at Austin.
If you want to join, follow the links in http://research-talk.org
for Mac OS X
Download Theria_GTheria_G (Gaidies et al., 2008) is a software program that predicts the chemical composition of garnet and the mineral content of a rock during metamorphism considering Gibbs energy minimization, chemical diffusion in garnet, and chemical fractionation associated with garnet crystallization.
Donload from: https://www.teamgar.net/theria_g
Definitions (for the most part) from Oxford Languages https://www.lexico.com/en/definition