indeed, taking the trace of the dielectric tensor is a very common
procedure (eg for unoriented systems), but this really depends on
your specific system and on what you want to compute...
In a sense, you should know and decide
> This kind of file contains three columns for dielectric constant (along x, y
> and z axis), so should I take average of these three and then plot it vs
> On 09/16/2016 06:09 PM, Andrea Ferretti wrote:
>> Dear Adnan,
>> after a successful epsilon.x run a number of files are dumped to disk.
>> Among them you find epsi_$prefix.dat, which contains the imaginary part of
>> the dielectric function.
>> take care
>>> May I like to ask you guys that how can I plot the imaginary part of
>>> dielectric function, obtained after running epsilon.x?
>>> waiting for response.
>>> Thank you
>>> Bilkent U. Ankara
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