Version 6.7.2, Sep 2020
Harold T. Stokes. Branton J. Campbell, and Dorian M. Hatch, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, 84602, USA, firstname.lastname@example.org
Description: ISODISTORT is a user-friendly internet-based tool for exploring the structural distortion modes of crystalline materials induced by irreducible representations of the parent space-group symmetry. The stand-alone ISOVIZ application further allows one to visualize and interactively manipulate the modes generated in ISODISTORT.
NOTE: Interactive visualizations must now be saved to disk and opened with the standalone ISOVIZ application.
Get started quickly with a distorted perovskite example. (Select this link and click "OK" on the next page to test your Java installation.)
How to cite ISODISTORT (cite both of the following):
H. T. Stokes, D. M. Hatch, and B. J. Campbell, ISODISTORT, ISOTROPY Software Suite, iso.byu.edu.
B. J. Campbell, H. T. Stokes, D. E. Tanner, and D. M. Hatch, "ISODISPLACE: An Internet Tool for Exploring Structural Distortions." J. Appl. Cryst. 39, 607-614 (2006).