Greetings and welcome to the SEAMM Forum! Use this space to ask questions, give feedback, and talk about using and contributing to SEAMM
The goal of SEAMM is to make using computational molecular and materials tools easier and more productive. There are a large number of powerful tools available, but using them and getting the right set of tools working together for your problem is not as easy as it should be. Please try SEAMM, and let us know what works, what doesn’t, and what else you need to get your work done.
There is a read-only public Dashboard available at http://184.108.40.206:5000 if you want to see some example jobs illustrating the capabilities of SEAMM.
If you develop codes, you see the other side of this problem: where do you put your code and how do you make it usable by others? SEAMM provides a general, open-source environment where you can connect your code to users and to other codes, simply and easily. Let us know if you need help plugging your tools into SEAMM.
Let’s create a community for users and developers where we can help each other out!