Source code for ase.calculators.demonnano

# flake8: noqa
"""This module defines an ASE interface to deMon-nano.

Link to the open-source DFTB code deMon-nano:

export ASE_DEMONNANO_COMMAND="/path/to/bin/deMon.username.x"
export DEMONNANO_BASIS_PATH="/path/to/basis/"

The file 'deMon.inp' contains the input geometry and parameters
The file 'deMon.out' contains the results

import os
import os.path as op
#import subprocess
import pathlib as pl
import numpy as np

from ase.units import Bohr, Hartree
from ase.calculators.calculator import FileIOCalculator, ReadError
from ase.calculators.calculator import Parameters

class DemonNanoParameters(Parameters):
    """Parameters class for the calculator.

    The options here are the most important ones that the user needs to be
    aware of. Further options accepted by deMon can be set in the dictionary


    def __init__(
            title='deMonNano input file',
        kwargs = locals()
        Parameters.__init__(self, **kwargs)

[docs]class DemonNano(FileIOCalculator): """Calculator interface to the deMon-nano code. """ implemented_properties = ['energy', 'forces'] def __init__(self, **kwargs): """ASE interface to the deMon-nano code. The deMon-nano code can be obtained from The ASE_DEMONNANO_COMMAND environment variable must be set to run the executable, in bash it would be set along the lines of export ASE_DEMONNANO_COMMAND="pathway-to-deMon-binary/deMon.username.x" Parameters: label : str relative path to the run directory atoms : Atoms object the atoms object command : str Command to run deMon. If not present, the environment variable ASE_DEMONNANO_COMMAND is used basis_path : str Relative path to the directory containing DFTB-SCC or DFTB-0 parameters If not present, the environment variable DEMONNANO_BASIS_PATH is used restart_path : str Relative path to the deMon restart dir title : str Title in the deMon input file. forces : bool If True a force calculation is enforced print_out : str | list Options for the printing in deMon input_arguments : dict Explicitly given input arguments. The key is the input keyword and the value is either a str, a list of str (will be written on the same line as the keyword), or a list of lists of str (first list is written on the first line, the others on following lines.) """ parameters = DemonNanoParameters(**kwargs) # basis path basis_path = parameters['basis_path'] if basis_path is None: basis_path = os.environ.get('DEMONNANO_BASIS_PATH') if basis_path is None: mess = 'The "DEMONNANO_BASIS_PATH" environment is not defined.' raise ValueError(mess) else: parameters['basis_path'] = basis_path # Call the base class. FileIOCalculator.__init__( self, **parameters) def __getitem__(self, key): """Convenience method to retrieve a parameter as calculator[key] rather than calculator.parameters[key] Parameters: key : str, the name of the parameters to get. """ return self.parameters[key] def write_input(self, atoms, properties=None, system_changes=None): """Write input (in)-file. See for further details. Parameters: atoms : The Atoms object to write. properties : The properties which should be calculated. system_changes : List of properties changed since last run. """ # Call base calculator. FileIOCalculator.write_input( self, atoms=atoms, properties=properties, system_changes=system_changes) if system_changes is None and properties is None: return filename = self.label + '/deMon.inp' # Start writing the file. with open(filename, 'w') as fd: # write keyword argument keywords value = self.parameters['title'] self._write_argument('TITLE', value, fd) fd.write('\n') # obtain forces through a single BOMD step # only if forces is in properties, or if keyword forces is True value = self.parameters['forces'] if 'forces' in properties or value: self._write_argument('MDYNAMICS', 'ZERO', fd) self._write_argument('MDSTEP', 'MAX=1', fd) # default timestep is 0.25 fs if not enough - uncomment the line below #self._write_argument('TIMESTEP', '0.1', fd) # print argument, here other options could change this value = self.parameters['print_out'] assert(isinstance(value, str)) if not len(value) == 0: self._write_argument('PRINT', value, fd) fd.write('\n') # write general input arguments self._write_input_arguments(fd) if 'BASISPATH' not in self.parameters['input_arguments']: value = self.parameters['basis_path'] fd.write(value) fd.write('\n') # write geometry self._write_atomic_coordinates(fd, atoms) # write xyz file for good measure. + '/', self.atoms) def read(self, restart_path): """Read parameters from directory restart_path.""" self.set_label(restart_path) rpath = pl.Path(restart_path) if not (rpath / 'deMon.inp').exists(): raise ReadError('The restart_path file {0} does not exist' .format(rpath)) self.atoms = self.deMon_inp_to_atoms(rpath / 'deMon.inp') self.read_results() def _write_input_arguments(self, fd): """Write directly given input-arguments.""" input_arguments = self.parameters['input_arguments'] # Early return if input_arguments is None: return for key, value in input_arguments.items(): self._write_argument(key, value, fd) def _write_argument(self, key, value, fd): """Write an argument to file. key : a string coresponding to the input keyword value : the arguments, can be a string, a number or a list fd : and open file """ if key == 'BASISPATH': # Write a basis path to file. # Has to be in lowercase for deMon-nano to work line = value.lower() fd.write(line) fd.write('\n') elif not isinstance(value, (tuple, list)): # for only one argument, write on same line line = key.upper() line += ' ' + str(value).upper() fd.write(line) fd.write('\n') # for a list, write first argument on the first line, # then the rest on new lines else: line = key if not isinstance(value[0], (tuple, list)): for i in range(len(value)): line += ' ' + str(value[i].upper()) fd.write(line) fd.write('\n') else: for i in range(len(value)): for j in range(len(value[i])): line += ' ' + str(value[i][j]).upper() fd.write(line) fd.write('\n') line = '' def _write_atomic_coordinates(self, fd, atoms): """Write atomic coordinates. Parameters: - fd: An open file object. - atoms: An atoms object. """ # fd.write('#\n') # fd.write('# Atomic coordinates\n') # fd.write('#\n') fd.write('GEOMETRY CARTESIAN ANGSTROM\n') for sym, pos in zip(atoms.symbols, atoms.positions): fd.write('{:9s} {:10.5f} {:10.5f} {:10.5f}\n'.format(sym, *pos)) fd.write('\n') # Analysis routines def read_results(self): """Read the results from output files.""" self.read_energy() self.read_forces(self.atoms) # self.read_eigenvalues() def read_energy(self): """Read energy from deMon.ase output file.""" epath = pl.Path(self.label) if not (epath / 'deMon.ase').exists(): raise ReadError('The deMonNano output file for ASE {0} does not exist' .format(epath)) filename = self.label + '/deMon.ase' if op.isfile(filename): with open(filename, 'r') as fd: lines = fd.readlines() for i in range(len(lines)): if lines[i].startswith(' DFTB total energy [Hartree]'): self.results['energy'] = float(lines[i+1])*Hartree break def read_forces(self, atoms): """Read forces from the deMon.ase file.""" natoms = len(atoms) epath = pl.Path(self.label) if not (epath / 'deMon.ase').exists(): raise ReadError('The deMonNano output file for ASE {0} does not exist' .format(epath)) filename = self.label + '/deMon.ase' with open(filename, 'r') as fd: lines = fd.readlines() # find line where the forces start flag_found = False for i in range(len(lines)): if 'DFTB gradients at 0 time step in a.u.' in lines[i]: start = i + 1 flag_found = True break if flag_found: self.results['forces'] = np.zeros((natoms, 3), float) for i in range(natoms): line = [s for s in lines[i + start].strip().split(' ') if len(s) > 0] f = -np.array([float(x) for x in line[1:4]]) # output forces in a.u. #self.results['forces'][i, :] = f # output forces with real dimension self.results['forces'][i, :] = f * (Hartree / Bohr) def deMon_inp_to_atoms(self, filename): """Routine to read deMon.inp and convert it to an atoms object.""" read_flag = False chem_symbols = [] xyz = [] with open(filename, 'r') as fd: for line in fd: if 'GEOMETRY' in line: read_flag = True if 'ANGSTROM' in line: coord_units = 'Ang' elif 'BOHR' in line: coord_units = 'Bohr' if read_flag: tokens = line.split() symbol = tokens[0] xyz_loc = np.array(tokens[1:4]).astype(float) if read_flag and tokens: chem_symbols.append(symbol) xyz.append(xyz_loc) if coord_units == 'Bohr': xyz = xyz * Bohr # set atoms object atoms = ase.Atoms(symbols=chem_symbols, positions=xyz) return atoms