I am new to DFT calculations but I do have some experience with python programming. So, excuse my naive questions. I have tried to find answers on web but no luck so far.
where I can find exact meaning of each entry of the .cif files and .json files. For example, what are the numbers under the ‘matrix’ key?. somethings i can guess like lattice vectors a,b,c, the angles \alpha,\beta etc.
Eventually, I want to create my own .cif file for a material I am studying say single-layer GeS and then converted to json type. The reason is that the program I am using only reads .json type of files. Is there an easy way to do that?