[gmx-users] Free energy calculations (FEP) and soft core potential 1-1-48
Hannes.Loeffler at stfc.ac.uk
Wed Jul 15 16:44:30 CEST 2015
On Wed, 15 Jul 2015 16:20:25 +0200
Julian Zachmann <FrankJulian.Zachmann at uab.cat> wrote:
> The simulation time for 1ns is quite short of course but I have
> 'nstdhdl' put to 10 to get a lot of output.
To add to what has been said already: increasing the output within a
fixed set of time won't give you any more information. Your data is
probably highly correlated. You may want to look into a tool like
https://github.com/mobleylab/alchemical-analysis if you haven't done
already and have a look how much data survives the correlation analysis
implemented in there.
Also, check for convergence to see if you have still strongly varying
gradients/energies. Something as simple as a block analysis can be
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