What is EntraPT
EntraPT is a web-based application for elastic geobarometry and it is freely accessible upon registration at the website of the “Fiorenzo Mazzi” Experimental Mineralogy Lab.
It provides an easy-to-use tool to calculate the entrapment conditions of inclusions, with error propagation, from the residual strain measured in mineral inclusions. EntraPT establishes a method and a workflow to import and analyze the measured residual strains, calculate the mean stress in the inclusions, compute the entrapment isomekes with uncertainty estimation, and visualizes all the results in relevant graphs. It enables the user to avoid the many possible errors that can arise from manual handling of the data and from the numerous steps required in geobarometry calculations.
All of the data, parameters, and settings are stored in a consistent format and can be exported as project files and spreadsheets, and imported back to EntraPT for further analysis. This allows researchers to store and/or share their data easily, making the checking and the comparison of data and results reliable.
EntraPT is a platform under constant update: new functionalities are made available from advances in the development of elastic geobarometry.
EntraPT is supported on these browsers: Google Chrome™, Safari®, Firefox®, Microsoft Edge®.
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If this does not solve the issue, try a different browser. If you cannot open EntraPT still, please contact us specifying the operating system of your computer, the web browser you are using and its version number.
The app is developed with MATLAB® AppDesigner and deployed with MATLAB® Compiler on Web App Server.
For all of the calculations based on the equations of state (EoS) of the minerals (e.g. the calculation of the residual pressure and of the entrapment isomeke), EntraPT relies on Eosfit7 a stable and efficient Fortran code that has been validated over many years. Eosfit7 is freely available at at Ross Angel’s website and is described in Angel et al. . In particular EntraPT implements an API built around Eosfit7n, a fast version of the program specifically designed to be called as a service within Matlab.