jalemkul at vt.edu
Sun Nov 11 15:59:05 CET 2012
On 11/11/12 7:47 AM, lloyd riggs wrote:
> Dear Justin,
> Thanks, Just a normal delta G then. I wondered if it also was doing a matrices from 2 columns if you supply something like just the 2d output from covar/anaeig (PCA). I did find a simple python 6 liner for just doing PCA with the first (or any 2) derivatives just using numpy, and some module written by tsjerk Wassenaar posted a few years ago (a Gromacs plugin called g_entropy) which all together seem to meet my needs. Also (the above person) has a number of small python scripts for Gromacs for matirces, PCA, and just turning .xpm data from g_sham into a number matrices to put into a plotting tool (such as Scidavis or something). There on a web page, and a few dozen just scattered in older gromacs postings.
> If I had a request for Gromacs dev though it would be to multithread the vector portions of the analytical tools. A single Intel i7 or AMD only uses one of the 8 cores, so it takes several hours, for each component times each of however trajectories are looked at. Most everything else is a minute or two only using a single core.
Framework for parallelizing analysis tools is in the works, with a target of
version 5.0 for implementation, since the code is undergoing a major overhaul
for that release, anyway. It will be a long time before that release, though,
but it's in the works.
Justin A. Lemkul, Ph.D.
Department of Biochemistry
jalemkul[at]vt.edu | (540) 231-9080
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