Here are some examples of how to use Asap. Running and modifying these is probably the best way to familiarize yourself with Asap.
These examples have been tested and updated in April 2016, using Asap version 3.8.18.
A simple example of how to set up a block of atoms, and run a short simulation. Nothing fancy.
How to save the output from a simulation.
Langevin dynamics makes it possible to do simulations with constant temperature rather than constant energy.
On the fly plotting.
Ramping up the temperature while plotting.
A simple example of a more complicated simulation.
How to run Common Neighbor Analysis (CNA) on a running simulation.
Same script as above, but using the more robust PTM algorithm instead of CNA.
Inspiration on how to set up complicated structures.
An example illustrating some of the tricks to run Asap in parallel.
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