[gmx-users] plots in gromacs
Dallas.Warren at monash.edu
Wed Apr 24 01:50:13 CEST 2013
The .xvg file is a text data file, it is not a graph.
That means you can use whatever your favourite graphing software is to plot the data: xmgrace, gnuplot, MS Excel, Sigma Plot etc.
If you are using Excel, which it appears you are, then you simple import the data file into your spreadsheet (with the appropriate filtering options).
Dr. Dallas Warren
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> bounces at gromacs.org] On Behalf Of vansh
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> as i am very new to it.. can anyone suggest me how to change the graph
> obtained in gromacs (.xvg) into office 7 based system???
> tyhanks in advance
> thanks in advance :)
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