回复： [gmx-users] How to save the coordinates of all atoms in the 2D-arrays using xdrfile?
xiaowu759 at qq.com
Tue Nov 30 01:10:02 CET 2010
Thank you for your reply. It seems reasonable to deal with a frame at one time. But in my code, the coordinates in two different frames are frequently required to compare to each other. Other part of this code is like g_msd which calculates the mean-squared displacements for the atoms satisfied with the conditions. So, first of all, I had better save the coordinates in the 2D-arrays using xdrfile. I do not find such a tool in gmx that can realize it. Is there any other algorithms to do so more effectively? Please provide more detail about it.
Chaofu Wu, Dr.
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发件人: "Mark Abraham"<Mark.Abraham at anu.edu.au>;
发送时间: 2010年11月29日(星期一) 晚上7:38
收件人: "Discussion list for GROMACS users"<gmx-users at gromacs.org>;
主题: Re: [gmx-users] How to save the coordinates of all atoms inthe 2D-arrays using xdrfile?
On 28/11/2010 12:12 AM, 英雄不再寂寞 wrote:
> Dear gmxers,
> I am trying to perform an analysis on the trjectory file using xdrfile
> library. First of all, I want to save the coordinates of all atoms in
> three 2D-arrays, i.e. xx[step-1][natom-1], yy[step-1][natom-1],
> zz[step-1][natom-1]. How to do so? Could you give me some hints,
> please? If you had happened to do so, could you kindly send the code
> to me? Thanks a lot.
> Yours sincerely,
> Chaofu Wu, Dr.
You probably don't want to do that, because it doesn't scale to large
numbers of trajectory frames - you will run out of memory eventually. If
at all possible you should structure your algorithm to deal with one
frame at a time. There are already GROMACS functions that make that
easy. Pick a GROMACS trajectory analysis tool that sounds fairly simple
and vaguely similar to what you want to do, and look at how its code works.
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