[gmx-users] pair-distance distribution function
Jon Ellis
jon.ellis at utoronto.ca
Fri Feb 3 16:24:11 CET 2006
Daniela, thank you for your help.
I tried using g_rdf to calculate the vector lengths of all atom-pair
distances in a protein. I dumped a single frame from my trajectory using
trjconv, then ran
g_rdf -f protein.gro -o rdf -n protein.ndx -bin 0.001
This gave me what appeared to be a pair distance distribution, except
that it seemed to truncate the list at r=4.085 nm, and the P(r) value at
this r was non-zero. I know from other analyses that the protein should
have longer distances than 4 nm. I tried different bin sizes, and
different endq and startq values, but the result remained the same.
Is there something I'm missing, or can I not do pair-distance
distribution functions using g_rdf?
Cheers
Jon
>hi jon,
>
>g_rdf counts the radial distribution function of an index group around
>another index group.
>
>daniela
>
>
>Jon wrote:
>>/ Hello
>/>/
>/>/ Is there a program in Gromacs, or a standalone program, to calculate the
>/>/ pair-distance distribution function P(r), aka the vector length
>/>/ distribution, for a protein?
>/>/
>/>/ The algorithm is P(r)=Dn(r)/nDr, where Dn(r) is the number of atom pairs
>/>/ whose separation is between r-Dr/2 and r+Dr/2, and n is the total number
>/>/ of atoms in the system.
>/>/
>/>/ I would appreciate any help.
>/>/
>/>/ Cheers
>/>/ Jon
>/>/ /
>
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