[gmx-users] Umbrella sampling
jalemkul at vt.edu
Fri Nov 24 17:04:45 CET 2017
On 11/24/17 9:14 AM, Rose wrote:
> I'm beginner in GROMACS. I'm using umbrella sampling(helping from its tutorial with MR Lemkul) But I don't know how should I implement deltaZ and how choose different conf.gro and which will be useful for further sampling.
> To tell the truth I couldn't get summary.dat by "perl distance.pl" command.as I'm not good in programming I couldn't understand what happened there?!
Run gmx distance manually. It's probably returning some error, so the
script fails. I've heard this reported a number of times and no one's
ever told me what the solution is, so unfortunately there's nothing I
can do to fix it.
> How did you know for example:
> 50>>>0.6 nm
> 100>>>0.8 nm
This is what gmx distance computes.
> I need deltaz=0.05nm
Then you will need to save frames very frequently. This is a very narrow
dz, and may be overkill depending on what the system is.
> Please help me, i don't know where should i find these informations and modify them.
> 2- I want that reaction coordinate across Z axes, from slab to 1.5nm far from it (and rvdw and coulomb=1.5 and
What force field uses such a cutoff? Don't make ad hoc changes to the
cutoffs used by any given force field, as you will get unexpected (or
> rlist=1.2) but it moves from1.5nm to for example 3nm and getting closer to wall(4nm far from slab) except slab.
> What is my mistake?!
You'll have to provide an .mdp file and a complete description of your
system, how you constructed it, and what your objectives are. Images
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