Pymatgen (python materials genomics) is a robust, open-source Python library for materials analysis. It currently powers the Materials ProjectThese are some of the main features:
  1. Highly flexible classes for the representation of Element, Site, Molecule, Structure objects.
  2. Extensive io capabilities to manipulate many VASP ( and ABINIT ( input and output files and the crystallographic information file format. This includes generating Structure objects from vasp input and output. There is also support for Gaussian input files and XYZ file for molecules.
  3. Comprehensive tool to generate and view compositional and grand canonical phase diagrams.
  4. Electronic structure analyses (DOS and Bandstructure).
  5. Integration with the Materials Project REST API.
The purpose of this group is to inform users and developers of new features, as well as provide a forum to discuss usage, bugs, and features. 

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matgenie Shyue Ping Ong 4/5/16
Stable N phase? kamal choudhary 6/23/17
plotter.get_projected_plots_dots_patom_pmorb doesn't accept a single orbital argument 6/14/17
More plotting bugs in plotter.get_projected_plots_dots_patom_pmorb 6/13/17
Bug in in pymatgen.electronic_structure.plotter 6/13/17
How to carry out an ordering of a large disordered structure? Sheng 5/17/17
Calculating elastic constants with symmetry Isaac Curtis 5/4/17
time_step and step_skip in pymatgen.analysis.diffusion_analyzer 4/22/17
Fwd: Let's make a bet... Shyue Ping Ong 4/22/17
Structure make supercell Yizhou Zhu 4/21/17
how to build hcp0001 surface slab for oxides ? Abhirup 4/15/17
Diffusion analyzer HAIJIN LU 4/13/17
custodian error Guodong Yu 4/13/17
Malformed vasprun.xml Jun Zhou 4/4/17
Structure.from_file doesn't parse CIF files correctly 4/3/17
Newbie question: ion energies ? Julien Cubizolles 3/30/17
Bug report: retrieving POSCAR for mp-723059 from 3/16/17
Error Huta R Banjade 3/16/17
bug in BSVasprun parsing of structures 3/15/17
Bug in Procar 3/15/17
cartesian axis alignment & rotations Duncan Johnstone 3/9/17
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