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
In April 2020, our new open access article on TRAVIS has been published. It describes many of the new features and algorithms which have been added to TRAVIS within the last nine years. Please have a look:
M. Brehm, M. Thomas, S. Gehrke, B. Kirchner:
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 539 such publications, written by 1201 different authors.
512 out of these (94.99 %) actually used TRAVIS for results in the manuscript.
Only showing results by author “Crespo, Y.”. Show all citations.
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— 2016 —
|2||Y. Crespo, A. Hassanali:|
"Characterizing the Local Solvation Environment of OH- in Water Clusters with AIMD"
J. Chem. Phys. 2016, 144 (7), 74304. (DOI 10.1063/1.4941107 ) ⭳ Bib
— 2015 —
|1||Y. Crespo, A. Hassanali:|
"Unveiling the Janus-Like Properties of OH–"
J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 2015, 6 (2), 272–278. (DOI 10.1021/jz502286b ) ⭳ Bib
Uses TRAVIS for Spec.
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2 different authors contributed to the 2 articles shown above.
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The 2 articles shown above were published in 2 different journals.
|1||(show)||J. Chem. Phys.|
|1||(show)||J. Phys. Chem. Lett.|