Below is a collection of examples, showing a couple of the things that Legolas can do. These are taken from our method paper, and are explained in more detail there.
Suydam cluster modes
Single spectrum with eigenfunctions, showing Suydam cluster modes in a cylindrical geometry with shear flow.
Tokamak current profile
Multirun showing unstable interchange modes, for a cylindrical geometry and a magnetic field with constant pitch.
Single spectrum with eigenfunctions, shows a resistive quasi-mode and its theoretical prediction.
Resistive tearing modes
Both single and multiruns of a resistive tearing equilibrium, showing perfect agreement with theoretical predictions. Legolas can handle magnetic Reynolds numbers of a few million without any issues.