[gmx-users] splitting a trajectory

Dallas B. Warren Dallas.Warren at pharm.monash.edu.au
Fri Dec 11 05:45:21 CET 2009

Another option is to create a new trajectory file to use in your analysis, using trjconv

Catch ya,

Dr Dallas Warren
Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
Monash University

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From: gmx-users-bounces at gromacs.org on behalf of Justin A. Lemkul
Sent: Fri 12/11/2009 3:08 PM
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Subject: Re: [gmx-users] splitting a trajectory

Ramachandran G wrote:
> Dear gromacs users:
>          Can any one tell me how can i split a trajectory file from a 
> specific time interval of my interest.
> For example if i have a trajectory file up to 0-100ps, and my interest 
> is to consider part of the trajectory from 50-75ps,
> how i can go about it either by splitting the trajectory file. Thanks 
> for your help

Make use of the -b and -e flags, which should be present in all of the analysis 


> Rama


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