The objective of GIMS is to lower the entry barrier and to provide an easy-to-use, platform-independent, zero-setup toolbox for standard tasks within the framework of first-principles electronic-structure calculations. Information about running GIMS application can be found here: Where to find GIMS. GIMS is intentionally written and designed to be easily extendable to any electronic-structure code. At present, it supports the
Structure visualisation of various different formats: investigate, manipulate, export, and take snapshots of your structure.
Select your needed input parameters from a list, which includes detailed explanations for all keywords.
Visualize all of your output files (main output files, density of states, band structure + Brillouin Zone and Path) with ease. Publication ready graphs and pictures can be downloaded.
Select specific workflows. The workflow will guide you through the needed steps and background checks will help to avoid easy setup errors for your calculation.