[gmx-users] select an atom for "only" residue with make_ndx
jalemkul at vt.edu
Thu May 16 19:55:05 CEST 2019
On 5/16/19 5:44 AM, ABEL Stephane wrote:
> Thanks Justin
> but it does not work either
> LIPIDC is indeed in a group (#27)
> So I when typed with GMX5.1.4 or GMX2018.2
> LIPIDC & a C31 | a C32 | a C33 ---> Syntax error: "LIPIDC & a C31 | a C32 | a C33"
> 27 & a C31 | a C32 | a C33 ---> the command works but I selected "all" the C31, C32 and C33 atoms and not only those in the LIPIDC group
Sorry, the correct syntax is:
27 & a C31 C32 C33
> On 5/15/19 11:03 AM, ABEL Stephane wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> I am currently doing simulations of a model of membranes with different types of lipids (LIPIDA, LIPIDB and LIPIDC) and I would like to select a group of atoms for only the same lipid with make_ndx. Below an example
>> Three different lipids : LIPIDA, LIPIDB and LIPIDC contain few atoms with the same name (C31, C32 and C33). With make_ndx I would like to have the atoms C33 and C32 for "only" the LIPIDC
>> So If I do
>> rLIPIDC & aC32 | aC33 ---> I have the indices of the C32 and C33 of the 3 lipid types.
>> So what is the exact command
> Each different [moleculetype] already has its own default group, so
> choosing atoms in LIPIDC should be as simple as:
> N & a C31 | a C32 | a C33
> where N is the group corresponding to LIPIDC.
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