In this section I have compiled the software, websites and other resources that I use on a daily basis in my research. In addition, I have added also other kind of useful software, websites and apps. This section is continually updated as I find new interesting tools.
Zotero: In my opinion, the best reference manager (available for Windows, Mac and Linux).
Zoo for Zotero: An android app for Zotero.
Zotero iOS: The official Zotero app for iPhone and iPad.
Aqueous geochemical calculations
PHREEQC notepad++: The best version for working with PHREEQC when you have experience.
PHREEQCi: The best version for getting started with PHREEQC.
PHREEQC Users forum
Crystal structure visualization
VESTA tutorial: Tutorial for visualising structures using VESTA (in Spanish).
X-Ray diffraction analysis
Profex youtube channel: Profex tutorials, tips and update reviews.
Mindat: The most complete mineral database.
Webmineral: Outdated website. However, it has a very interesting tool to search for minerals by diffraction peaks.
RRUFF: Mineral database including Raman spectra and X-ray diffraction.
Crystal structure database
American Mineralogist crystal structure database
Crystallography Open Database
3D crystal models
3D crystal models: 3D crystal morphologies and structures for 3D printing.
Smorf crystals: Crystal morphologies for 3D viewing (including face indexing).
Overleaf: Online LaTeX editor.
EPFL Crsytallography: EPFL webpage with several java apps for crystallography.
FreeCAD: Open Source CAD.
Blender: Open Source 3D modeling software.
3DF Zephyr: An user friendly photogrammetry software.
Meshroom: Open Source photogrammetry software.
XteroApp: App to practice stereographic projection of crystallographic models.