TRAVIS – Trajectory Analyzer and Visualizer


TRAVIS, which stands for Trajectory Analyzer and Visualizer, is a software tool which can compute a plethora of functions and histograms from molecular dynamics and Monte Carlo simulation trajectories. I am the main developer of the TRAVIS program package.

Please visit the TRAVIS website:  www.travis-analyzer.de

Please see also our new tutorial on computing vibrational spectra with CP2k and TRAVIS (Oct 2018).

— Work Citing TRAVIS —

This is a list of publications which cite the original TRAVIS article from 2011. Currently, there are 405 such publications, written by 833 different authors.
384 out of these (94.81 %) actually used TRAVIS for results in the manuscript.

Only showing work with “Density Profiles” from TRAVIS. Show all citations.

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5 citations match the query.  Show continuous list view.

— 2020 —

5 M. H. Dokoohaki, A. R. Zolghadr, A. Klein:
"Impact of the Chemical Structure on the Distribution of Neuroprotective N-Alkyl-9H-carbazoles at Octanol/Water Interfaces"
New J. Chem. 2020, 44 (4), 1211–1220.     (DOI 10.1039/C9NJ04251B ) ⭳ Bib

— 2018 —

4 C. J. Smith, S. Gehrke, O. Hollóczki, D. V. Wagle, M. P. Heitz, G. A. Baker:
"NMR Relaxometric Probing of Ionic Liquid Dynamics and Diffusion under Mesoscopic Confinement within Bacterial Cellulose Ionogels"
J. Chem. Phys. 2018, 148 (19), 193845.     (DOI 10.1063/1.5016337 ) ⭳ Bib
Uses TRAVIS for RDF,
, Aggr, MSD, RDyn.

— 2017 —

3 X.-Y. Guo, C. Peschel, T. Watermann, G. Rudorff, D. Sebastiani:
"Cluster Formation of Polyphilic Molecules Solvated in a DPPC Bilayer"
Polymers 2017, 9 (12), 488.     (DOI 10.3390/polym9100488 ) ⭳ Bib
Uses TRAVIS for RDF,
, MSD.
2 M. Brehm, G. Saddiq, T. Watermann, D. Sebastiani:
"Influence of Small Fluorophilic and Lipophilic Organic Molecules on Dipalmitoylphosphatidylcholine Bilayers"
J. Phys. Chem. B 2017, 121 (35), 8311–8321.     (DOI 10.1021/acs.jpcb.7b06520 ) ⭳ Bib
Uses TRAVIS for RDF,
, MSD.

— 2015 —

1 H. Weber, M. Salanne, B. Kirchner:
"Toward an Accurate Modeling of Ionic Liquid–TiO2 Interfaces"
J. Phys. Chem. C 2015, 119 (45), 25260–25267.     (DOI 10.1021/acs.jpcc.5b08538 ) ⭳ Bib
Uses TRAVIS for CDF,

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19 different authors contributed to the 5 articles shown above.

Citations ↓ A–ZAuthor Name ↓ A–Z
2(show)Sebastiani, D.
2(show)Watermann, T.
1(show)Baker, G. A.
1(show)Brehm, M.
1(show)Dokoohaki, M. H.
1(show)Gehrke, S.
1(show)Guo, X.-Y.
1(show)Heitz, M. P.
1(show)Hollóczki, O.
1(show)Kirchner, B.
1(show)Klein, A.
1(show)Peschel, C.
1(show)Rudorff, G.
1(show)Saddiq, G.
1(show)Salanne, M.
1(show)Smith, C. J.
1(show)Wagle, D. V.
1(show)Weber, H.
1(show)Zolghadr, A. R.

— Journal List —

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The 5 articles shown above were published in 5 different journals.

CitationsJournal Name
1(show)J. Chem. Phys.
1(show)J. Phys. Chem. B
1(show)J. Phys. Chem. C
1(show)New J. Chem.

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