Thanks a lot for the quick reply.

I guess any NetCDF-4 version would do the trick for tbtrans? as long as they are version 4.X.X.


how would you test that siesta is correctly installed with netcdf?

So with netcdf, tbtrans prints out the current by default in the ouptfile ?

Thank a lot in advance?


JJ


Le 21/09/16 à 16:47, Nick Papior a écrit :
The latest tbtrans version will "only" print out the current if one has compiled with NetCDF-4. There are many more features enabled by using NetCDF-4 and I would HIGHLY recommend you to enable all those features.

One may calculate the current easily by numeric integration and the fermi-functions.

Again, I would highly advice to enable NetCDF-4 for complete feature set.

2016-09-21 16:17 GMT+02:00 Jean-Joseph Adjizian <jean.adjiz...@uclouvain.be <mailto:jean.adjiz...@uclouvain.be>>:

    Hello everyone,

    I have a quick (and maybe silly question) about extracting the
    value of the current at a finite bias in the new version of Tbtrans.

    In the previous version, it was quite straightforward as it was
    printed out in the output file.

    It seems that is not the case anymore, unless I have not set the
    parameter right.

    Could someone could guide me please?


    Thanks in advance,


    Jean-Jo






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