| Re: projected density of states ( No.1 )|
- Date: 2023/10/12 01:01
- Name: Yung-Ting Lee
- Dear maedah,
[I] This post ( https://www.openmx-square.org/forum/patio.cgi?mode=view&no=2732 ) may be related to your question.
After selecting PDOS over all of atoms, one can sum over atoms' PDOS and to get the same value as that in DOS (if numerical errors are ignored).
[II] I guess that you want to plot the total density of states (DOS) of a system. You can select Dos(1).
DOS is also equal to the total density of states (TDOS).
Which method do you use?, Tetrahedron(1), Gaussian Broadeninig(2)
Do you want Dos(1) or PDos(2)?