[gmx-users] RE: g_anaeig output
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Tue Jun 15 15:45:41 CEST 2004
>From: akdemir at few.vu.nl
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>Subject: [gmx-users] RE: g_anaeig output
>Date: Tue, 15 Jun 2004 15:00:54 +0200
>Dear Berk (and others)
>This is what I mean.
>I performed g_anaeig on the eigenvectors and eigenvalues that I obtained
>g_covar. I have chosen the option -comp -rmsf and -proj. -last and -first
>default so it gives the output for the first until the eight eigenvector.
>output of -proj will give the eigenvalue of an eigenvector as a function of
>the time (if I understood correctly). The problem is that eigenvector 1
>spans half of the total simulation time, while the other vectors span the
>whole simulation time.
-proj gives the projection on the eigenvector (not the eigenvalue) as a
of time. The average of the square of this projection is the eigenvalue.
>I also see a related problem for the output of -comp and -rmsf. Here the
>of the eigenvectors as a function of the atomnumber is given as output.
>However, I only see half of my atoms in eigenvector 1, but all atoms in the
It would seem to me that there is somehow some inconsistency in the input
for g_anaeig. The only thing I can think of now is that the eigenvec.trr
is interpreted incorrectly. But I don't know how this could have happened.
Which Gromacs version do you use?
You did not change the eigenvec.trr file in any way?
Could you mail the exact command line options you used with g_covar and
Which groups with how many elements did you select in g_covar and g_anaeig?
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