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   * ''​Current_vs_Voltage.dat''​ and  ''​Current_vs_EField.dat''​ \\ These files contain current-voltage characteristics,​ i.e. the current density in units of [A/​cm<​sup>​2</​sup>​] as a function of voltage (i.e. potential drop per period in units of [mV]) or electrif field in [kV/cm]. The current is the average of the file ''​Current-Density.dat''​.   * ''​Current_vs_Voltage.dat''​ and  ''​Current_vs_EField.dat''​ \\ These files contain current-voltage characteristics,​ i.e. the current density in units of [A/​cm<​sup>​2</​sup>​] as a function of voltage (i.e. potential drop per period in units of [mV]) or electrif field in [kV/cm]. The current is the average of the file ''​Current-Density.dat''​.
  
-=== combined ​temperature-voltage sweep ===+===== Combined ​temperature-voltage sweep =====
  a combined temperature-voltage sweep can be done using the keyword ''​Temperature-Voltage''​ in the field ''<​SweepType>''​ of ''<​SweepParameters>''​ (see the example of code below). In this case, the simulation can be parallelized. ''<​Threads>''​ defines the number of parallel threads. Its optimal value should be the number of CPU cores available (if the available memory is sufficient). Within each parallel temperature sweep, a serial voltage sweep is performed.  a combined temperature-voltage sweep can be done using the keyword ''​Temperature-Voltage''​ in the field ''<​SweepType>''​ of ''<​SweepParameters>''​ (see the example of code below). In this case, the simulation can be parallelized. ''<​Threads>''​ defines the number of parallel threads. Its optimal value should be the number of CPU cores available (if the available memory is sufficient). Within each parallel temperature sweep, a serial voltage sweep is performed.
  
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