To learn more about the theory behind FORCinel, please see the following article available from the G-cubed website:
Harrison, R. J., and J. M. Feinberg (2008), FORCinel: An improved algorithm for calculating first-order reversal curve distributions using locally weighted regression smoothing, Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., 9, Q05016, doi:10.1029/2008GC001987.
You can also download our AGU Poster (2.5 MB pdf format).
New with version 1.21 is the BETA version of FORCintense, a graphical implementation of the Muxworthy-Heslop Preisach method of paleointensity determination. For more information about the theory behind this method see the original papers:
 AR Muxworthy and D Heslop(2011) A Preisach method for estimating absolute paleofield intensity under the constraint of using only isothermal measurements: 1. Theoretical framework. Journal of Geophysical Research, 116, B04102, doi:10.1029/2010JB007843.
 AR Muxworthy, D Heslop, GA Paterson, and D Michalk. A Preisach method for estimating absolute paleofield intensity under the constraint of using only isothermal measurements: 2. Experimental testing. Journal of Geophysical Research, 116, B04103, doi:10.1029/2010JB007844.
A brief practical guide to using the method within FORCinel was presented at the 2012 EGU meeting in Vienna. The poster can be downloaded here:
If you need any help and advice using FORCintense, or wish to provide feedback on the BETA version, please contact the author (email@example.com) or leave a comment on the FORCinel website.