See :ref:`installationguide_setup_files` for basis set installation. Finally,

it is again emphasized that when using the basis sets, **it is essential to

benchmark their suitability for your application**.

Parallelization

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Two cube files are created, one for the sin (imag) and cos (real) transform at the frequency. Usually, one is interested in the absorbing part, i.e., the imaginary part. Below the plasmon resonance is visualized

Two cube files are created, one for the sin (imag) and cos (real) transform at the frequency. Usually, one is interested in the absorbing part, i.e., the imaginary part. Below the plasmon resonance is visualized

in the Na8 wire. In their current form, these cube files contain just the pseudo part of density.