|A web app to help you with DFT related calculations using the RIPER module.
|Wrapper for the mdprep tool. It allows for a quick setup of MD runs at different temperatures, selection of time steps and number of cycles.
|Converts a xyz file to a TURBOMOLE input for RI-MP2/def2-TZVPP geometry optimisation.
|Creates a TURBOMOLE input and a start script from a Gaussian input file
|TRAVIS is a free tool for analysing and visualising trajectories from all kinds of Molecular Dynamics or Monte Carlo simulations.
|TURBOMOLE trajectories can be imported as xyz file created by the log2x script.
|ezSpectrum computes stick photoelectron/photodetachment spectra for polyatomic molecules within the double-harmonic approximation. Franck-Condon factors (FCFs), the overlaps between the initial and target vibrational wavefunctions, can be calculated.
|turbomole.xml files created by the tm2ezspec script.
|AOMix is a user-friendly software for the molecular orbital (MO) analysis. It calculates the MO compositions in terms of the constituent chemical fragments (you can specify them as atoms, groups of atoms, atomic orbitals, fragment molecular orbitals, groups of atomic orbitals, etc.) in the molecule or atom.
|AOMix input files can be created with the t2aomix script.
|FODplot can be used to measure and visualise the effects of static electron-correlation by means of fractional occupation number weighted electron density.
|Please read the HOWTO
|AIMAll is a software package for performing quantitative and visual QTAIM (Quantum Theory of Atoms in Molecules) analyses of molecular systems – starting from molecular wavefunction data.
|A wfn file can be imported. Add $wfn to control and run ‘dscf -proper’.
|converts a cosmo file to an xyz file.
|converts a plt (3D plot) file to a standard cub file as expected by most visualisers or post-processing tools.
|plt2cub.zip contains binary versions of this tool for Windows, Linux and MacOS
QM/MM and QM/QM Interfaces
|CHARMM and TURBOMOLE
|A Quantum Mechanical / Molecular Mechanical (QM/MM) Interface between TURBOMOLE and CHARMM.
|Examples for QM/MM MD simulations using CHARMM-TURBOMOLE
|GROMACS and TURBOMOLE
|This is the Quick & Dirty QM/MM interface for GROMACS and TURBOMOLE.
|Python-based implementation of ChemShell, which combines highly accurate quantum mechanical calculations with a fast molecular mechanical environment (QM/MM).
|The original, Tcl-based implementation of ChemShell.
|Atomic Simulation Environment
|The Atomic Simulation Environment (ASE) is a set of tools and Python modules for setting up, manipulating, running, visualising and analysing atomistic simulations.
|A package for Newtonian dynamics close to the crossing seam.
|A geometrical counterpoise correction for HF and DFT.
|A simplified Tamm-Dancoff density functional approach for electronic excitation spectra.
|TURBOMOLE basis set library II
|EMSL Basis Set Exchange
|Kirk A. Peterson’s Correlation Consistent Basis Sets
|MOLPRO Basis Query
|Energy-consistent Pseudopotentials of the Stuttgart/Cologne Group
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