ISODISTORT

Version 6.6.1, May 2019
Harold T. Stokes. Branton J. Campbell, and Dorian M. Hatch, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, 84602, USA, branton_campbell@byu.edu

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.

Help, Tutorials, Version History

Legacy copy of ISODISTORT version 5.6.1, August 2013

Begin by entering the structure of parent phase:
Alternatively, you can begin with a previously-saved distortion:

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).