[gmx-users] Fwd: xdrfile library, read co-ordinates from .xtc
Vitaly V. Chaban
vvchaban at gmail.com
Tue Aug 11 22:22:40 CEST 2009
On the same topic, I have a question to the community: does anybody
try to make *so*-library (or *dll* on windows) of xdrfile in order to
use with other programming languages? I spent a day trying to master
this art but didn't still succeed. If somebody more experienced with
dynamic libraries than me can provide such one, I will be very
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From: Vitaly V. Chaban <vvchaban at gmail.com>
Date: Tue, Aug 11, 2009 at 11:11 PM
Subject: Re: xdrfile library, read co-ordinates from .xtc
To: gmx-users at gromacs.org, Lipi Thukral <Lipi.Thukral at iwr.uni-heidelberg.de>
What do you mean saying that the coordinates are random?
You can access the coordinates of the particular atom with
x_xtc[i][j], where "i" is a number of atom in a system, "j" - is
x-coord, j - y-coord, j - z-coord. The same logic relates to
reading trr files.
> I have downloaded xdr library to read .xtc files.
> The installation of the xdrlibrary worked without any problems. The
> compilation of the test program "trr2xtc.c" also worked.
> Now I'm trying to store the coordinates of a xtc trajectory into a local
> variable. I first tried to print out the coordinates. I just modified the
> trr2xtc code. Here a few line of my code:
> xd_read = xdrfile_open(rfile, "r");
> x_xtc = calloc(natoms_xtc, sizeof (x_xtc));
> result_xtc = read_xtc(xd_read, natoms_xtc, &step_xtc, &time_xtc, box_xtc, x_xtc, &prec_xtc);
> printf("%f %f %f\n",x_xtc,x_xtc,x_xtc);
> The coordinates in the variable x_xtc seems to be random. How do I access
> the proper coordinates from the trajectory?
> I would appreciate any help.
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