Pearson's Crystal Data Demonstration Version Download
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The Pearson's Crystal Data demonstration version is equivalent to the full version, the single exception being the
number of entries included: While the full version contains about 319,000 entries, the demonstration version only
contains about 2,600. However, all operations described in the tutorial can also be carried out using the demonstration version.
Please download the software package using the appropriate link below. Afterwards, double-click on the
downloaded file in order to start the installation.
Pearson's Crystal Data is distributed as a compressed self-extracting file for most MS Windows 32-bit or 64-bit
operating systems (98, ME, 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7, 8/8.1 or 10). It is provided with a
detailed tutorial and documentation.
Note: The software does not run on Windows RT and Windows 10 "S" (or Windows 10 in "S mode")
We recommend to read the file "Readme.txt" before installation of
Pearson's Crystal Data. There you will find details about system
requirements and instructions for installation:
instructions (April 1, 2019)
Download the self-extracting installation package:
Pearson's Crystal Data demonstration version (236,287,408 bytes; April 1, 2019)
Both full and demonstration version contain a quickstart manual as well as a comprehensive
tutorial in PDF format in English language. Thanks to the efforts of Prof. Santiago
Rodríguez Almenar of the Escuela Superior de Cerámica de Manises
(Manises Valencia/Spain), the quickstart document is also available in Spanish language free-of-charge for download:
Download Pearson's Crystal Data Quickstart
in Spanish (quickstart_sp.pdf)
[792 KByte] December 12, 2008