[gmx-users] save the trajectory

Dries Van Rompaey dries.vanrompaey at gmail.com
Fri Mar 4 16:28:57 CET 2016


You could use gmx mindist with suitable index groups to find out the
distance between the surface and the polymer as a function of the time.
Then you can use trjconv with the b and e flags to get that part of the

Kind regards

On 4 Mar 2016 4:11 p.m., "leila salimi" <leilasalimi at gmail.com> wrote:

> Dear gmx useres,
> I have a question. I am interested to have some part of trajectories that
> is important for me!
> For example only I like to have the trajectory when the polymer close to
> the surface, not when it is in the solution!
> Is there any solution to do with gromacs?
> Thanks very much.
> Leila
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