[gmx-users] visualizing CONCOORD trayectory

Maik Goette mgoette at mpi-bpc.mpg.de
Tue May 24 09:08:10 CEST 2005


Just use VMD in command line with the command: vmd x.gro x.xtc
You will now see the complete trajectory together with bonds, etc.
To comment Bert's comment: I wasn't able to load a gro-file into pymol 
yet...I know, one can use the PDB...but...that's just a 
workaorund...AND...there ARE VMD-users...;)


Maik Goette, Dipl. Biol.
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Ruben Martinez-Buey wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have generated a CONCOORD trajectory in xtc format (with all atoms 
> included) and I want to see it . Since I have no a tpr file to use  as 
> input for ngmx I cannot see the trayectory. Furthermore, with  VMD  it 
> can be only visualized as one spot/atom, but I cannot see ribbons, 
> trace, wireframe, backbone or any other grahical representation. Do you 
> know how to solve this?
> Thanks a lot in advance for your kind attention,
> Bests,
> Ruben
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