There are plenty of capabilities to analyze properties of materials in the X-ray Lab:

Plot measured XRD profiles by using software such as X'Pert HighScore Plus, X'Pert Epitaxy, X'Pert Reflectivity, X'Pert Texture, X'Pert Stress, and MaterialsStudio.

Simulate XRD spectra by modeling a material be it powder, thin film or crystal utilizing capabilities of X'Pert Epitaxy, X'Pert Reflectivity, and Materials Studio.

Compare calculated XRD profile to the experimental data and fit theoretical spectra to the experimental one by changing properties of modeled structure (X'Pert Epitaxy, Reflex/Materials Studio, HighScore Plus)

Explore the Powder Diffraction File (PDF-4) the largest and most complete collection of X-ray powder diffraction patterns.

Simulate the properties of solids, interfaces, and surfaces for a wide range of materials classes including ceramics, semiconductors, and metals using CASTEP/Materials Studio - an ab initio quantum mechanical program employing density functional theory (DFT).

All software is installed on a separate computer - "Simulation Station".

The "Simulation Station" computer is connected via intranet to the User files on Philips X'Pert and Philips MRD computers.