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Wish List - Tool "bandstrlab": Wish #4

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compare the initial and the final dispersion in selfconsistent calculation

compare the initial and the final dispersion in selfconsistent calculation. The way to do this is to have the initial dispersion on the left for negative k values and the new one for the positive k values.

ALSO, put the FERMI level into the right hand side plot.

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  1. Abhijeet Paul

    This is a nice suggestion. But this can be done only for nanowires since they have 1D dispersion. To show a similar plot for UTB is rather difficult at this point. Fermi-levels can be easily shown as well.

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  2. Neophytos Neophytou

    In the case of UTB, the bands at zero transverse k can be shown, as the transport k varies. For holes the plot will be generated around the k=0 point, for electrons, at the corresponding minimum k value of every quantization surface.

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  3. Samik Mukherjee

    This visualization although interesting may not be useful in general. There is option to download plot data. You can download the plotted data and construct your own comparison.

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