User-friendly softwares for NWChem?

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Dear forum, how are you?
I know that NWChem is very popular and feature rich but, sometimes, I find difficult to gather my results because I can not fing good softwares that can read NWChem outputs. So, I'd like to ask: can you point good softwares to read NWChem outputs? Or, is there a more direct way to make NWChem generate things like EPS, gemotery convergence plots, IR vibrations etc?

Thank you so much
Henrique C. S. Junior
Inorganic Chemist - UFRRJ - Rio de Janeiro

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Quote:LonelySpooky Nov 18th 6:45 am
Dear forum, how are you?
I know that NWChem is very popular and feature rich but, sometimes, I find difficult to gather my results because I can not fing good softwares that can read NWChem outputs. So, I'd like to ask: can you point good softwares to read NWChem outputs? Or, is there a more direct way to make NWChem generate things like EPS, geomtery convergence plots, IR vibrations etc?

Thank you so much

Dear Henrique,
Please have a look at the following webpage
http://www.nwchem-sw.org/index.php/Software_supporting_NWChem


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