If you are not 100 % sure whether you had installed or not the JVM please try this here.
Online (recommended choice)
Run it on-line either by clicking on the menu tab at the top of this page J-ICE online or here.
Users who intend to browse (or run) J-ICE on Linux (or POSIX like operative system) machines, please make sure that the official JVM is installed. Be aware: OpenJDK (OpenJava) does not entirely support Jmol, hence J-ICE. A short guide on how to replace OpenJDK with the JVM form ORACLE is available here.
We had conceived video tutorials for inexperienced users. As you had most likely realized the information in J-ICE is sorted by active widgets. Each of these videos is focused on one particular widget. As such the user should be able, in less than 30 minutes, to get out the most of J-ICE.
We are adding more videos! Work in progress …..
Where can I find these video?
- Turin, Italy 19th January 2011, J-ICE: A Jmol Interface for Crystallographic & Electronic properties.
- How can I save temporary or permanently in J-ICE ?
- How can I build a crystal structure starting from a molecule?
- How can I manipulate crystal and cell propeties?
- How can I follow a geometry dumping? (CRYSTAL, Gaussian, GULP, QuantumEspresso and VASP)
- How can I look at vibrational modes? (CRYSTAL, Gaussian, GULP, QuantumEspresso and VASP)
- How can I look at Mulliken’s charges? (CRYSTAL)
- How can I look at magnetic and spin properties? (CRYSTAL)
- How can I make pretty 3D surfaces in J-ICE ?
Note about the video quality
If the video quality doesn’t please you, the video resolution can be changed by clicking on option “360″, at the right-hand side of the bar of the video player. Once the video is opened click on “360″ and select “480″.
These videos were recorded with an open-source code: CamStudio – Free Streaming Video Desktop Recording Software.