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enCIFer is an easy to use graphical tool that helps you manage and validate CIF file data without worrying about the syntax. Terminology by Wikipedia Elemental path A path of parallel non-overlapping, non-intersecting line segments in a 2D Euclidean space. Also known as a « system of lines ». The spatial relations of the line segments are specified using a set of geometric (geometric notions) and logical (mathematical relations) relationships between those segments. An elemental path is an abstract representation of a feature in the Euclidean plane. The nature and number of segments of an elemental path (primitive path) are fixed and have no specified mathematical meaning other than their placement on the Euclidean plane. The primitive path is the backbone of the computational representation of a feature and determines how the feature is oriented. (A 2D feature can have a primitive path with a single segment, such as the basic triangle which has a primitive path with two sides and one diagonal, or a primitive path with three segments, such as a rhombus.) Euclidean In geometry, an Euclidean (diamond) solid is one that is bounded by a set of Euclidean lines called the sides, and includes a set of Euclidean points, called the vertices. An Euclidean solid is generally regarded as a special case of a polyhedron, and in particular a polygon. In geometry, the term « Euclidean plane » or « plane Euclidean » means a plane that is endowed with a system of right angles: each of these angles is a « perfect » angle, that is, an angle that measures 180°. Thus the sum of any two angles in a plane Euclidean will measure less than or equal to 360°. Prolate In algebraic topology, a prolate spheroidal shell is a two-dimensional curved shell. A prolate spheroidal surface is a two-dimensional surface formed by a smooth convex prolate spheroidal shell. In geometry, a prolate spheroid is an oblate spheroid which is no longer symmetric about a principal axis. Rotation In information technology, a rotation is the process of performing a counterclockwise or clockwise rotation by some angle of a rectangle (surface). It is sometimes used