[gmx-users] water molecules (interfacial)
teemu.murtola at cbr.su.se
Sun Nov 14 19:44:06 CET 2010
On Sun, Nov 14, 2010 at 14:50, leila karami <karami.leila1 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I made a selection.dat file as follows:
> waterO = group SOL and name OW;
> heavy1 = group Protein_A and group "Protein-H";
> heavy2 = group Protein_B and group "Protein-H";
> inter = waterO and within 0.35 of heavy1 and within 0.35 of heavy2;
> is my selection.dat file true?
Your selection.dat only specifies several variables, but never uses
any of these; this is the reason why you get the message "Nothing
selected". Variable definitions (any lines with an assignment) are
only meant as convenient notation and/or for optimization, and do not
define selections as such. It appears that what you want to do is
accomplished by adding a line "inter;" at the end of the file, or
removing "inter =" from the last line. Please take a look at the
examples accessible through -select "help examples".
> when I used g_select -f .xtc -s .tpr -n .ndx -os -oc -oi -om -on -sf
> selection.dat -select, what should be put in front of -select to avoid
> Nothing selected, finishing up?
You should not use -sf and -select at the same time; at most one of
them gets used at a time, as explained in the online help (-select
"help cmdline"). It may be that the help is not exactly accurate if
you pass an empty string to -select, but nevertheless, these options
have not been designed to be used simultaneously.
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