How to find information about Asap.
Remember that Asap relies heavily on the Atomic Simulation Environment (ASE), and what you look for may be in the ASE documentation instead.
|Introduction||If you are looking for a "high-level" overview of how Asap works and what it can do, you should read the introduction.|
|Examples||The best way to learn how to use Asap and ASE is probably to work your way through the examples. If you have a specific problem, you may also find information here.|
|Manual||Browsing the manual will also give you an overview of how Asap works and what it can do. It should explain not only how things are done, but also why.|
|Mailing list||If you don't find what you are looking for, you can always ask a question on the ase-users mailing list.|
|Source code||If you are a user at grandmaster or wizard level, you may want to look at the source code directly.|
|Performance||How fast can you expect Asap to run on various machines?|
|Bugs||What to do if you find a bug in Asap or in other parts of the CAMPOS software.|
|Development||If you want to contribute to Asap, or learn more about the structure, look at the Development page.|