Get the GPAW source code and remove in libxc.c in c/xc/ line xc_mgga_x_tb09_set_params(self->functional, c);. Them compile GPAW with python setup.py install --user. You might want to add the .local/bin to the path.
Use either Python or Python3, and be consistent with that.
The official guideline also recommends adding these lines to your .bashrc:
Gromacs topology files for common RTIL ions are available at https://github.com/olunet/RTIL-FF. Most of them were written in 2012–2013 by Isabel Lage-Estebanez and Vladislav Ivaništšev, and tested in MD simulations of ionic liquid bulk. Some, like FEP-anion and B(CN)4-anion, were added recently and are not well tested. You are welcome to try and give the feedback at GitHub.
Despite python etc we still heavily rely on the tables. Sometimes it is need to transpose a vertical data-set to a horizontal representation. That is easy. In LibreOffice Calc use special paste (Shift+Ctrl+v) and tick transpose and numbers. One can do similar trick in Excel. That is it.
We have evaluated the performance of a recently developed non-empirical Strongly Constrained and Appropriately Normed (SCAN) density functional on electronic structurecalculations of ionic liquids. We show that SCAN reproduces coupled-cluster results for describing the employed dataset of 48 ionic pairs, and we recommend it for the high-throughput screening of ionic liquids.
This paper was accepted to be published in the International Journal of Quantum Chemistry. For a limited time, it is available free of charge at: rdcu.be/DZOT
Point 1. On the publishers portals, LaTeX looks old-fashioned. The compilation seemed romantic in the early students years, but currently it looks awful to me: LaTeX -> BibTeX -> LaTeX -> DVI -> PS -> PDF. ShareLaTeX is great, yet to submit a paper one has to return to the old-school compilation.
Point 2. Grammarly does not work with bare TeX even in ShareLaTeX. There is so much space for improvement, where publishers could significantly contribute. Do they?
Point 3. Vector figures are great. Why do publishers ask for eps? The encapsulated postscript is outdated. For instance, it does not support transparency and also gradients, to a certain extent.