is a tool for calculating phase diagrams. It uses a quadtree algorithm that tracks the phase boundary. The key advantage of this approach is that it scales with the dimension of the phase boundary instead of the full phase space. This is especially important when evaluating a single point in the phase space is an expensive operation.

Here’s an example of a (made-up) phase diagram computed with PhaseMap:

Please cite:

Identifying Topological Semimetals, D. Gresch, PhD Thesis.

Parts of the documentation

start here

detailed description of the classes and functions

Getting in touch

The development version of PhaseMap is hosted on GitHub . Post an issue there or contact me directly with questions / suggestions / feedback about PhaseMap.

Indices and tables

list of all functions and classes

list of all modules and submodules