[gmx-users] a qiestion about using g_cluster
suli at msu.edu
Wed Aug 29 20:21:15 CEST 2007
Marcus Kubitzki writes:
> Hi Li,
> first, generate an appropriate index file with make_ndx. There you can
> select the loops you want to analyze. Second, run g_cluster -s -f -n.
> Li Su wrote:
>> Dear Sir/Madam,
>> I am trying to use g_cluster to clusterize my protein trajectories. The
>> proein core is very rigid, only loops will fluctuate. When I clusterize I
>> want to clusterize only on the loops in stead of the whole protein. But
>> when I use g_cluster it only offer choices on whole protein or c alpha or
>> backbone and so on, all of which focus on the whole protein. I am
>> wondering is there any way I can choose a part of the protein to
>> clusterize? Thank you very much for your help!
>> Best Wishes,
>> Li Su
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Thank you so much for your kind help. But now I have another question. I
think g_cluster will do a removing of translation and rotation displacement
automatically. I am not quite sure whether it will do such part on the group
of atoms I pick in the index file? If so is there any way I can specify
which region to do the removement or if I can simply turn off the
removement? I am asking this becuase what I really want to do is to fit all
the snapshots by their cores and then clusterize the loop comformations.
Even if I can just switch off the fitting, it will be good enough since I
can use other routines to fit first.
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