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Software supporting NWChem

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* '''WebMO''' https://www.webmo.net/
* '''WebMO''' https://www.webmo.net/
*''' Jmol'''  analyzes output and cube files http://wiki.jmol.org/index.php/NWChem
*''' Jmol'''  analyzes output and cube files http://wiki.jmol.org/index.php/NWChem
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* '''Scienomics MAPS'''  platform has a NWChem Plugin that will allow users to easily create NWChem input files.  Since MAPS platform also has complex builders available, users can create complex models and then submit NWChem simulations to HPCs.  MAPS also allows easy analysis of NWChem output files.  Please visit http://www.scienomics.com/software/ for more information
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* '''Scienomics MAPS'''  platform has a NWChem Plugin that will allow users to easily create NWChem input files.  Since MAPS platform also has complex builders available, users can create complex models and then submit NWChem simulations to HPCs.  MAPS also allows easy analysis of NWChem output files http://www.scienomics.com/software/  
* '''CULGI''' https://culgi.com/article/culgi-90-embedded-molecular-database
* '''CULGI''' https://culgi.com/article/culgi-90-embedded-molecular-database
*  '''KiSThelP''' a program to predict thermodynamic properties and rate constants from quantum chemistry results http://kisthelp.univ-reims.fr/
*  '''KiSThelP''' a program to predict thermodynamic properties and rate constants from quantum chemistry results http://kisthelp.univ-reims.fr/

Revision as of 11:49, 16 November 2016


A variety of programs can display cube files from charge density and ESP and/or use Molden files generated by NWChem

Code that might read NWChem wavefunctions