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GUI software for Gaussian outputs generated by AFIR

GUI software for Gaussian outputs generated by AFIR
Seiji Mori July 6, 2018, 3:24 p.m. #53

As far as we understand, the GRRM17 uses a part of the Gaussian program (or other ab initio programs associated to it) to calculate gradient vectors and Hessian matrices. So, the XXX_GauJOB.log files (Gaussian format) generated during AFIR calculations (MC-AFIR, DS-AFIR, SC-AFIR) or minimizations contain, temporarily,  the information of the Hessian.  So our question is, what kind of other information is stored in these xxx_GauJob.log files? Are they useful as an output of the AFIR calculation?  Also, when we try to visualize these files with a output GUI visualizer like Chemcraft or Gaussview,  it shows the file as a "not-finished" optimization or a "cannot-read-properly" frequency calculation.  
In a similar manner, it is not possible to visualize the output of the GRRM17 (log files)  in a chemistry visualization program like Chemcraft, Gaussview, etc. In your paper about GRRM17 ( J. Comput. Chem.201839, 233–251https://doi.org/10.1002/jcc.25106 ), you mention a visualization code of the reaction pathways, SAFIRE, but there is no more information in the AFIR website or the paper regarding how to obtain SAFIRE. For example, if a user wants to visualize the normal modes of vibration, from the xxx_TS_list.log output file, this file is not recognized by any visualizers to show explicitly how the atoms move in their respective TSs.  Which also makes me wonder how we can visualize the result obtained in all the outputs and intermediate files (to control or keep an eye on the process of the calculation, visually) ? 
 
Thank you very much for your help.