- Visible Geology
- University of Wisconsin's deformation programs
- Mathematica strain programs
- Paleostress and orientation data plotting
Useful links to structural geology software and related resources online
Stereonet with Google Earth link, Fault slip analysis (FaultKin), trishear (FaultFoldForward), StrainSim etc. for Mac and Windows by Rick Allmendinger.
A free laboratory manual called Modern Structural Practice can be downloaded for free from Rick Allmendinger’s site.
Stereonet3D (Spherical projections with 3D view and export to Google Earth), GeoCalc (Vectors and tensors calculator), SSPX (strain modelling from displacement/velocity data), Trishear3D (3D forward fault related folding)
Frederic Vollmer's plotting software: Stereographic (and non-stereographic) projections, circular histograms, spherical statistics, and fault slip and spacial analysis.
Stereo plotting program (web-based) with a nice 3D option. Also check out the other excellent 3D programs of Visible Geology.
Great plotting program that does stereonet projections, rose diagrams, Flinn plots, ternary plots and more. By Carlos Grohmann and G. Campanha.
Open-source stereographic projection program (or stereonet program) for structural geology Currently not for OSX.
A nice selection of strain programs that closely relate to Chapter 2 (Deformation).
Very useful strain program by Frederic Vollmer.
Strain program written by Chris Warren and Paul Karabinos at Williams College. Java, all platforms.
Great programs for strain analysis and plotting in Flinn diagram, Hsu diagram and more. Requires Mathematica™. By Matty Mookerjee.
Two useful programs written by Jiri Rez for Windows.