Datasets to be used with ESPEI
Using the data
See the Cu-Mg example on espei.org for an example of using these datasets with ESPEI to automatically generate and fit CALPHAD models with pycalphad. The data here is Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 (CC-BY-4.0) licensed.
- Save all of your work to a new branch
- Organize each dataset in to a folder for that system (e.g.
CU-MG-NI) and a sub-folder called
- Make sure each dataset has a BibTeX citation key in the "reference" field.
- To get this from Mendeley right click an entry and do "Copy As" -> "BIbTeX Entry"
- The the first piece of information in that text is the citation key. Your Mendeley entry should have a new field for Citation Key as well for you to customize it for next time you copy.
- Mendeley defaults to LastnameYEAR format, but I suggest something like LastnameYEARfirst_unique_title_words (with words separated by underscores). This ensures that the key is unique
- Add the BibTeX Entry to
references.biband make sure there are no conflicts in the citation key.
- Add yourself to the contributors with your email and any systems you have contributed to, e.g.
Brandon Bocklund; firstname.lastname@example.org; CU-MG, CU-MG-NI
- Commit your work, push and open a Pull Request. Use a PR summary similar to
AL-CO: Added datasets from ishikawa1998phase