[gmx-users] analysis of different groups with g_energy
Peyman.Yamin at cbi.uni-erlangen.de
Tue Jun 10 18:06:53 CEST 2008
On Tuesday 10 June 2008 16:07, Mark Abraham wrote:
> Peyman Yamin wrote:
> > Good day!
> > Thanks for the comments, but maybe it could be done in a less laborious
> > way as following?
> > g_energy gives all the interactions between MOL and SOL other than
> > bonding ones. since there is no bond between MOL and SOL, one could do a
> > ONE step simulation of MOL with its last acquired structure from solvent
> > in vacuum and - since it's the whole system now - use g_energy again to
> > get Angle and Dihedral energies. The only problem would then be the Bond
> > itself (stretching) which is not important since when the MOL itself is
> > the whole system, one could even use the tot-energy directly from the
> > one-step MD in vac and by substracting get even the stretching energy.
> That seems at least roughly equivalent. Laborious is a subjective
> judgement and depends what technique you would use to do it :-)
The world is subjective, to a great extent! ;)
> > should this be at least OK in a qualitative way. (?)
> > Despite of a good discussion on the topic (march,2008 - David, Xavier,
> > Pascal, Berk), I still can't find what contributes exactly to SR,LR and
> > 1-4 non-bonding interactions and what does not, other that what they
> > stand for ;)
> I said last time that the place to look for how these might be working
> was in the early chapters of the GROMACS manual. The .mdp options you're
> actually using will vary the manner in which these are calculated.
I know I know, but honestly there is not that much detail there! I think I
should look at the code! and it's what I mostly try to avoid! But gmx is so
nicely written that I've not done that since a long time - and become lazy!
> > are they really independent and additive to give the whole interactions?
> Did you try adding them up?
Well yeah, and I get reasonable results! Qualitatively great! correlations are
good, I have trends for interacions which are very good corresponding the
other - not fully dependent - dynamic parameters, like those having a size
feel - prediction of entropical trends for example, and their comparison with
some simple theories gives beautiful results which make me xmgracing since
> > or
> > for example the Reaction Field corrections appliy to some and to some
> > not? But as far as I FEEL, they are in a good way, so that one can do as
> > above (at least with a reasonably small error).
> > If it's not supposed to work from the beginning, i.e. the terms are not
> > additive at all, please let me know! as well as if one should
> > add/substract some things!
> First, try to understand the algorithm you're implementing. Then you
> will have a much better idea what quantities are what.
It's true. I try to do this way mostly!
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