Benchmark: adsoption energy of atomic oxygen and carbon on fcc111

PBE adsorption energies of atomic oxygen and carbon on fcc111 wrt. to fcc bulk oxygen and carbon. The adsorbed atom ontop, single-point SCF energies of fcc111 2x2, 4 layers, in the fixed structures optimized with FHI-AIMS (light basis), relativistic atomic_zora scalar.

Key-value pairs

key description
adsorbate One of: none, O, C
category One of: fcc, fcc111
kptdensity K-point density in point per Ang^-1
name Name of the element
project Name of the project: “fcc111”
site Adsorption site (if applicable)
width Electronic temperature

Note that there are additional keys not explained above which are specific to the given calculator.

Results

First extract the data of the given code and insert it into a new database file. Then use the extract.py script to write the csv formatted file using the data from the new database file.

# aims light basis relativistic atomic_zora scalar
ase-db fcc111.db project=fcc111,calculator=aims,basis=light,relativistic=scalar -i fcc111_aims_light.db
python extract.py fcc111_aims_light.db
# aims tight basis relativistic atomic_zora scalar
ase-db fcc111.db project=fcc111,calculator=aims,basis=tight,relativistic=scalar -i fcc111_aims_tight.db
python extract.py fcc111_aims_tight.db
# aims tier2 basis relativistic atomic_zora scalar
ase-db fcc111.db project=fcc111,calculator=aims,basis=tier2,relativistic=scalar -i fcc111_aims_tier2.db
python extract.py fcc111_aims_tier2.db
# espresso gbrv 1.2
ase-db fcc111.db project=fcc111,calculator=espresso,potentials=gbrv,potentials_version=1.2,relativistic=scalar -i fcc111_espresso_gbrv1.2.db
python extract.py fcc111_espresso_gbrv1.2.db
# espresso pslib 0.3.1
ase-db fcc111.db project=fcc111,calculator=espresso,potentials=pslib,potentials_version=0.3.1,relativistic=scalar -i fcc111_espresso_pslib0.3.1.db
python extract.py fcc111_espresso_pslib0.3.1.db
# espresso sg15_oncv 24Jan2015
ase-db fcc111.db project=fcc111,calculator=espresso,potentials=sg15_oncv,potentials_version=24Jan2015,relativistic=scalar -i fcc111_espresso_sg15_oncv24Jan2015.db
python extract.py fcc111_espresso_sg15_oncv24Jan2015.db
# dacapo vanderbilt 2
ase-db fcc111.db project=fcc111,calculator=dacapo,potentials=vanderbilt,potentials_version=2,relativistic=scalar -i fcc111_dacapo_vanderbilt2.db
python extract.py fcc111_dacapo_vanderbilt2.db
# gpaw gpaw 08
ase-db fcc111.db project=fcc111,calculator=gpaw,potentials=gpaw,potentials_version=0.8,relativistic=scalar -i fcc111_gpaw_gpaw08.db
python extract.py fcc111_gpaw_gpaw08.db
# gpaw gpaw 09
ase-db fcc111.db project=fcc111,calculator=gpaw,potentials=gpaw,potentials_version=0.9,relativistic=scalar -i fcc111_gpaw_gpaw09.db
python extract.py fcc111_gpaw_gpaw09.db

The results can be plotted e.g. with:

import os

import numpy as np
from numpy import nan
import csv

import matplotlib
matplotlib.use('Agg')

from matplotlib import pylab

from ase.data import atomic_numbers

# http://matplotlib.org/examples/pylab_examples/line_styles.html
linestyles = ['_', '-', '--', ':']
markers = []
for m in matplotlib.lines.Line2D.markers:
    try:
        if len(m) == 1 and m != ' ':
            markers.append(m)
    except TypeError:
        pass

markers = ['D', 's', '|', 'x', '_', '^', 'd', 'h', '+', '*', ',', 'o', '.', '1', 'p', '3', '2', '4', 'H', 'v', '8', '<', '>']
markers = ['D', 's', '^', 'd', 'h', '+', '*', ',', 'o', '.', '1', 'p', '3', '2', '4', 'H', 'v', '8', '<', '>']

styles = markers + [
    r'$\lambda$',
    r'$\bowtie$',
    r'$\circlearrowleft$',
    r'$\clubsuit$',
    r'$\checkmark$']

colors = ('b', 'g', 'r', 'c', 'm', 'y', 'k')

def CommentStripper(iterator):
    for line in iterator:
        if '#' in line:
            continue
        if 0:  # this kills minus!
            if '-' in line:
                continue
        if 'np' in line:
            continue
        if 'N/A' in line:
            continue
        if not line.strip():
            continue
        yield line

files = [
    'fcc111_aims_tier2.db_raw.csv',
    #'fcc111_aims_light.db_raw.csv',
    'fcc111_aims_tight.db_raw.csv',
    'fcc111_dacapo_vanderbilt2.db_raw.csv',
    #'fcc111_espresso_gbrv1.2.db_raw.csv',
    #'fcc111_espresso_pslib0.3.1.db_raw.csv',
    'fcc111_espresso_sg15_oncv24Jan2015.db_raw.csv',
    #'fcc111_gpaw_gpaw08.db_raw.csv',
    'fcc111_gpaw_gpaw09.db_raw.csv',
    ]

data = []
for n, f in enumerate(files):
    reader = csv.reader(CommentStripper(open(f, 'r')), delimiter=',')
    d = []
    for r in reader:
        d.append([''.join(r1.split()) for r1 in r])
    data.append(d)

labels = [l[0] for l in data[0]]
scale = [atomic_numbers[l] for l in labels]
zero = [0.0 for v in scale]
v01 = [0.1 for v in scale]
v02 = [0.2 for v in scale]
v03 = [0.3 for v in scale]
v04 = [0.4 for v in scale]
v05 = [0.5 for v in scale]
v06 = [0.6 for v in scale]
v07 = [0.7 for v in scale]
v08 = [0.8 for v in scale]
v09 = [0.9 for v in scale]
v10 = [1.0 for v in scale]
v11 = [1.1 for v in scale]
v12 = [1.2 for v in scale]
v13 = [1.3 for v in scale]
v14 = [1.4 for v in scale]
v15 = [1.5 for v in scale]
v16 = [1.6 for v in scale]
v17 = [1.7 for v in scale]
v18 = [1.8 for v in scale]
v19 = [1.9 for v in scale]
v20 = [2.0 for v in scale]
v21 = [2.1 for v in scale]
v22 = [2.2 for v in scale]
v23 = [2.3 for v in scale]
v24 = [2.4 for v in scale]
v25 = [2.5 for v in scale]
v26 = [2.6 for v in scale]
v27 = [2.7 for v in scale]
v28 = [2.8 for v in scale]
v29 = [2.9 for v in scale]
v30 = [3.0 for v in scale]
vm01 = [-0.1 for v in scale]
vm02 = [-0.2 for v in scale]
vm03 = [-0.3 for v in scale]
vm04 = [-0.4 for v in scale]
vm05 = [-0.5 for v in scale]

pylab.plot(scale, vm05, 'k-', label='_nolegend_')
pylab.plot(scale, vm02, 'k-', label='_nolegend_')
pylab.plot(scale, vm01, 'k-', label='_nolegend_')
pylab.plot(scale, zero, 'k-', label='_nolegend_')
pylab.plot(scale, v01, 'k-', label='_nolegend_')
pylab.plot(scale, v02, 'k-', label='_nolegend_')
pylab.plot(scale, v05, 'k-', label='_nolegend_')
pylab.plot(scale, v20, 'k-', label='_nolegend_')
pylab.plot(scale, v23, 'k-', label='_nolegend_')
pylab.plot(scale, v24, 'k-', label='_nolegend_')
pylab.plot(scale, v25, 'k-', label='_nolegend_')
pylab.plot(scale, v26, 'k-', label='_nolegend_')
pylab.plot(scale, v27, 'k-', label='_nolegend_')
pylab.plot(scale, v30, 'k-', label='_nolegend_')


pylab.gca().set_ylim(-1.1, 3.6)
pylab.gca().set_xlim(0, 103)

# http://matplotlib.org/examples/pylab_examples/axhspan_demo.html
for s in scale:
    l = pylab.axvline(x=s, linewidth=0.5, color=(0,0,0,0), alpha=0.5)

ay1 = pylab.gca()
ay1.xaxis.set_ticks([n for n in scale])
ay1.xaxis.set_ticklabels(labels)
ay1.yaxis.set_ticks([-0.5, -0.2, -0.1, 0.0, 0.1, 0.2, 0.5, 2.0, 2.3, 2.4, 2.5, 2.6, 2.7, 3.0])
ay1.yaxis.set_ticklabels(['-0.5', '-0.2', '-0.1', 'Oxygen', '0.1', '0.2', '0.5', '-0.5', '-0.2', '-0.1', 'Carbon', '0.1', '0.2', '0.5'])

for label in ay1.get_xticklabels() + ay1.get_yticklabels():
    label.set_fontsize(8)
# rotate labels http://old.nabble.com/Rotate-x-axes-%28xticks%29-text.-td3141258.html
for n, label in enumerate(ay1.get_xticklabels()):
    label.set_rotation(75)
    label.set_position((0.0,1.0 * (n % 2)))

for n, f in enumerate(files[1:]):
    color = colors[n % len(colors)]
    name = os.path.splitext(os.path.basename(f))[0]
    name = name.replace('fcc111_', '')
    name = name.replace('fcc111.', '')
    name = name.replace('.db_raw', '')
    name = name.replace('espresso_pslib0.3.1', 'ESPRESSO PSLibrary 0.3.1 PAW scalar-relativistic')
    name = name.replace('espresso_gbrv1.2', 'ESPRESSO GBRV 1.2 USPP scalar-relativistic')
    name = name.replace('espresso_gbrv1.4', 'ESPRESSO GBRV 1.4 USPP scalar-relativistic')
    name = name.replace('espresso_sg15_oncv24Jan2015', 'ESPRESSO SG15_ONCV NC scalar-relativistic')
    name = name.replace('dacapo_vanderbilt2', 'DACAPO Vanderbilt USPP scalar-relativistic')
    name = name.replace('gpaw_gpaw08', 'GPAW PAW 0.8 scalar-relativistic')
    name = name.replace('gpaw_gpaw09', 'GPAW PAW 0.9 scalar-relativistic')
    name = name.replace('600', 'GPAW PAW 0.10 scalar-relativistic 600 eV')
    name = name.replace('550', 'GPAW PAW 0.10 scalar-relativistic 550 eV')
    name = name.replace('500', 'GPAW PAW 0.10 scalar-relativistic 500 eV')
    name = name.replace('h18', 'GPAW PAW 0.10 scalar-relativistic h=0.18')
    name = name.replace('h16', 'GPAW PAW 0.10 scalar-relativistic h=0.16')
    name = name.replace('h14', 'GPAW PAW 0.10 scalar-relativistic h=0.14')
    name = name.replace('aims_tier2', 'FHI-AIMS tier2 relativistic atomic_zora scalar')
    name = name.replace('aims_light', 'FHI-AIMS light relativistic atomic_zora scalar')
    name = name.replace('aims_tight', 'FHI-AIMS tight relativistic atomic_zora scalar')
    # field 9: total time
    values = []
    for i, v in enumerate(data[n+1]):
        values.append(float(eval(v[9])))
    # avg time
    ntime = np.mean([i for i in values if not np.isnan(i)])
    # field 8: total number of iterations
    values = []
    for i, v in enumerate(data[n+1]):
        values.append(float(eval(v[8])))
    # no. of converged systems
    nconv = len([1 for i in values if not np.isnan(i)])
    # avg number of iterations
    niter = np.mean([i for i in values if not np.isnan(i)])
    niter = 0  # nans not handled
    # adsorption of O
    values = []
    for i, v in enumerate(data[n+1]):
        vi = eval(v[2]) - eval(v[1]) - eval(v[4])
        v0 = eval(data[0][i][2]) - eval(data[0][i][1]) - eval(data[0][i][4])
        values.append(vi - v0)
    pylab.plot(scale, values, linestyle='-', marker=markers[n % len(markers)], color=color,
               #label=name + ', converged: ' + str(nconv) + '/73, avg(iter): ' + str(int(niter)))
               #label=name + ',avg(iter): ' + str(int(niter)))
               label=name)
    # adsorption of C
    values = []
    for i, v in enumerate(data[n+1]):
        vi = eval(v[3]) - eval(v[1]) - eval(v[5])
        v0 = eval(data[0][i][3]) - eval(data[0][i][1]) - eval(data[0][i][5])
        values.append(vi - v0 + 2.5)
    pylab.plot(scale, values, linestyle='-', marker=markers[n % len(markers)], color=color,
               label='')

prop = matplotlib.font_manager.FontProperties(size=8)
leg = pylab.legend(loc='upper center', fancybox=True, prop=prop)
leg.get_frame().set_alpha(0.5)
# http://www.mail-archive.com/matplotlib-users@lists.sourceforge.net/msg03952.html
leg._loc=(0.02, 0.45)

t = pylab.title('Adsorption energy of atomic oxygen and carbon on fcc111')
# http://old.nabble.com/More-space-between-title-and-secondary-x-axis-td31722298.html
t.set_y(1.05)

pylab.xlabel('element')
pylab.ylabel('code - FHI-AIMS tier2 relativistic atomic_zora scalar [eV]')

pylab.savefig('fcc111.png', bbox_inches='tight', dpi=600)

Running the calculations again

Selected scripts used to obtain the results are available at https://svn.fysik.dtu.dk/projects/cmr2/trunk/fcc111