This is an open-source geometry optimization code for quantum chemistry. The code works by calling external software for the energy and gradient through wrapper functions. Currently Q-Chem, TeraChem, Psi4, and Molpro are supported.
Authors: Lee-Ping Wang, Chenchen Song
Contributors: Yudong Qiu (Psi4 engine); Sebastian Lee (Molpro engine); Daniel G. A. Smith (Testing framework); Chaya Stern (Travis, Conda)
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If this code has benefited your research, please support us by citing:
Wang, L.-P.; Song, C.C. (2016) "Geometry optimization made simple with translation and rotation coordinates", J. Chem, Phys. 144, 214108. http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4952956
Package dependencies are: Python 2.7, 3.6+ NumPy, Scipy, NetworkX
To install the code, run "python setup.py install". To execute the geometry optimizer, run "geometric-optimize".
You will need a .xyz file for the coordinates and one of the supported quantum chemistry software packages. The supported packages are: TeraChem, Q-Chem, and Psi4. You can also call Gromacs for MM forces.
Please refer to the example calculations for how to run the code.
The commands to execute the code are contained in "command.sh".