Analysis & modifications of Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Data



ELEANA 2.8 64bit is released.
This version requires LabVIEW Runtime Engine 2015
Several bug fixing. Added possibility to simulate/fit solid state EPR spectra.



ELEANA 2.7 64bit is released.
This version requires LabVIEW Runtime Engine 2015
Autoscaling was corrected. Fixed problem with random freezing during editing a function to fit. Added possibility to edit comments to each data. Added possibility to create data from table/clipboard. Fixed autoscaling issues.



ELEANA 2.6 is released.
Fixed issue with creating X axis after addition of results to the main dataset. Corrected Fast Fourier Transformation/Inverse FFT. Added Advanced subrotine for FFT and Inverse FFT. Added Hilbert transformation. Complete new Fitting procedure (tolerance and iterations can be defined, interactive curve preview, automatic recognition of parameters, parameter bounds, setting data range used for fitting, Origin-like user interface, basic constants for use. Small changes in UI look. Fixed race condition that broke autoscaling on some machines.



ELEANA 2.5 is released.
This release brings a massive bug fixing and it is strongly recomended to install the latest version. Some of the bugs were known for a very long time. Please do not use the older Eleana than 2.5.



ELEANA 2.4 is released.
This release fixes some bugs and provides binaries for Windows.



ELEANA 2.3 is released.
This release fixes some bugs and brings several new functions (S/N calculations).



ELEANA 2.2 is released.
This release fixes some "race condition" bugs in some functions (Trim, Add/Subtract spectra).



ELEANA version 2.1 is now released.
This release fixes problems with window sizes on some screens.

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Installation of Eleana on Windows machine

  1. To run Eleana the appropriate LabView Runtime Engine (LVRTE) version must be installed. Currently Eleana requires LVRTE version 2012 SP1. If you already have it installed you may download Eleana package without LVRTE included. If you do not have LVRTE please download the package containing the LVRTE.
  2. Download the program (with or without LVRTE).
  3. Unzip it to any convenient folder.
  4. Run Setup.exe. This will install Eleana and LVRTE (if version with runtime was downloaded).

Installation of Eleana on Linux machine

NI Labview officially supports only 32 bit Red Hat Linux Enterprise, SUSE Linux as well as OpenSuSE and Scientific Linux. If you use other distros (Ubuntu, Debian, Mint etc.) you may encounter some problems during installation but generally Labview should work on any modern linux distro. When using 64-bit kernel you have to install 32-bit version of libraries (Mesa-32bit).

  1. Download appropriate package of LVRTE for linux as RPM (OpenSuSE) or DEB package (Debian-based distros).
  2. Unzip Eleana to any folder
  3. Open terminal and go to the folder containing unzipped files:
    $ cd /path_to_unipped_files/
  4. Run with root privileges:
    $ sudo ./
  5. This will install Eleana into /usr/local/eleana folder
  6. You may start eleana by typing: eleana in the terminal. You should also find the Eleana icon in main menu of GNOME and KDE

 Troubleshooting on Debian-based distros (Mint, Ubuntu)


Error: bash:./eleana: No such file or directory

There is no 32-bit versions of libraries -  install multiarch package: ia32. Open terminal and write:
$ sudo apt-get install ia32-libs

Can't find library error

Eleana cannot localize Labview Runtime Engine library. You may overcome this problem by creating a symbolic link to the location of LVRTE. Open terminal and go to /usr/lib:
$ cd /usr/lib
Then create the symbolic link:
$ sudo ln -s /usr/local/lib/LabVIEW-2012/

Missing library

Create a symbolic link:
$ sudo ln -s /usr/local/lib/LabVIEW-2012/

Missing library (64-bit system)

Create a symbolic link:
$ sudo ln -s /usr/x86_64-linux-gnu/

Missing library (32-bit system)

Install Intel OpenMP Runtime library:
$ sudo apt-get install libiomp5

Then create symbolic link in /usr/lib:
$ sudo ln -s /usr/lib/ /usr/lib/

Ugly fonts on Debian-based distros (Ubuntu, Mint etc.)

This is the problem related with very old way LabView renders fonts on linux system. Open terminal and go to directory where Eleana is installed:
$ cd /usr/local/eleana
Open file eleana.conf in available text editor (for example nano):
$ sudo nano eleana.conf
Add following lines to the config file and save:

appFont="xos4-terminus" 12
systemFont="xos4-terminus" 12
dialogFont="xos4-terminus" 12