Since these are my very first computations using SCAN, I naturally skimmed through their output looking for new related information by doing, among other things, "grep -i metagga OUTCAR" which results in:
Should I be concerned by the second line stating I do non-selfconsistent calculations irrespective of my (I)ALGO choice? Or is that just acknowledge the (default) LMIXTAU = F in the line above noting it ignores kinetic contributions in the mixing scheme and I can safely proceed as long as my calculations do not suffer from electronic convergence issues?METAGGA = SCAN LMAXTAU = 6 LMIXTAU = F
METAGGA= F non-selfconsistent MetaGGA calc.
Thanks in advance and best regards!