[gmx-users] about insane.py script on martini website.
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Tue Mar 11 08:22:42 CET 2014
The system needs to be energy minimized and relaxed after generation. Note
that the options -d and -x/-y/-z are exclusive. Only the latter will be
On Mar 11, 2014 6:47 AM, "jhosamelly" <ducut_melsarose at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I want to generate a .gro file for a coarse-grained model of a single DLPC
> lipid. I learned I can used the insane.py script on martini website.
> This is the input command I used:
> python insane.py -d 1 -x 1 -y 1 -z 3 -l DLPC -asym 1 -sol 0 -o dlpc.gro
> Yes I get an output but I don't think I have the right structure.
> Thanks. :)
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