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this article, we present an updated version of the PoreBlazer code, an open
access, open source Fortran 90 programme to calculate structural properties of
porous materials. The article describes the properties calculated by the code,
their physical meaning and their relationship to the properties that can be
measured experimentally. We reflect on the progress of the code over the years
and discuss features of the most recent version. The results of these calculations, along with the PoreBlazer code,
documentation, and case studies are available online from https://github.com/SarkisovGroup/PoreBlazer.