Geometry/gradient orientation

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What is the orientation of the final geometry and gradient for any NWChem calculation, how is it translated and rotated from the input geometry, and is it possible to display the final geometry and gradient on the original axes set (which is the default representation in Gaussian 09)?

I require the gradient to be represented corresponding to the orientation of the input geometry, since I am trying to use it for further calculations. I assume that this would be possible using the 'noautosym' keyword, but that would not be as desirable, since it would slow down calculations.

Is this possible? And if not, is there some way to transform it back?
Edited On 10:34:36 AM PDT - Sun, Jun 12th 2016 by Cgr

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You can see more in details of printing the desired option in document/dplot or document/dft/keyword.

Ex. for printing final optimized geometry, you should add "xyz" keyword into dplot block, says


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