Unfortunately, that branch is out of date with most of the other elements of the MP stack (e. g. pymatgen and pymatgen-db), so I wouldn’t recommend using it any longer. Here’s an updated version of the notebook, which I’ll also post on matgenb.
High-throughput workflows for determining adsorption energies on solid surfaces.ipynb (649 KB)
On Tuesday, July 24, 2018 at 4:42:29 AM UTC-7, [email protected] wrote:
I am trying to run the tutorial of : High-throughput workflows for
determining adsorption energies on solid surfaces.
But I was unable to import get_wf_adsorption : from atomate.vasp.workflows.base.adsorption import get_wf_adsorption
even-though i clone it with the recomanded fork : https://github.com/montoyjh/atomate/tree/adsorption
I could not find any information about get_wf_adsorption ?