jalemkul at vt.edu
Thu Jan 30 17:21:15 CET 2014
On 1/30/14, 1:57 AM, shahab shariati wrote:
> Dear Justin
> Thanks for your reply.
> My system contains dopc lipid. ns.xtc and ns.tpr files contain all atoms
> related to dopc molecule.
> I want to obtain number of atoms in a first group (C38 atom in dopc) which
> are located in special distance (0.74 nm) of the second group (rest of
> atoms in dopc).
> I put 2 groups in the ns.ndx file: 1) C38 atoms and 2) rest of atoms.
What does "rest of atoms" mean? Is the the whole system? Just the atoms of
DOPC? Is the content of ns.xtc just a subset of what is found in the .tpr file,
i.e. through the use of xtc-grps in the .mdp file? In order for trjorder to
work, you likely need matching information between .xtc and .tpr, at minimum.
Justin A. Lemkul, Ph.D.
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