Dear Joe, I am trying to investigate a graphene using kwant and I would like to see if any defect in the material (e.g. using del sys [a(0,0)] ) could make the material becomes magnetic. Can this transformation be indicated by some changes in DOS ? I enclose the python codes. Regards, Dedi
Date: Tue, 29 Sep 2015 08:32:29 +0200 From: email@example.com To: firstname.lastname@example.org CC: email@example.com Subject: Re: [Kwant] ldos.cumsum or ldos.cumprod
Hi there, I tried the functions ldos.cunsum() and ldos.cumprod() and succeeded in obtaining the plot;but I do not know what the plots told me. Anyone can help ?
Can you try and give some context as to what you are doing? It will be extremely difficult to help you if we do not know what it is that you are trying to do.
Was there a previous message in this thread that I missed?
Below is the codes for the plot data1 = energies = np.linspace(1,4,101)for energy in energies: ldos = kwant.ldos(sys,energy) data1.append(ldos.cumsum())pyplot.figure()pyplot.plot(energies, data1)pyplot.xlabel("energy [t]")pyplot.ylabel("ldos")pyplot.show() and for the other plot I just changed the function ldos.cumsum() with ldos.cumprod().
Could you please submit the code either: in the body of the email but properly formatted (so that it can be easily cut/pasted and be a valid Python program), or put it as an attachment.