AMBER Archive (2009)
Subject: Re: [AMBER] xmgrace and plotting time evolution of a defined variable
From: Mark Williamson (mjw_at_sdsc.edu)
Date: Wed Jan 14 2009 - 18:38:17 CST
Naser Alijabbari wrote:
> I can across the following thread
> http://archive.ambermd.org/200607/0040.html, where it is mentioned that one
> can input a trajectory file into xmgrace and "examine the time evolution of
> such a defined variable above using: Graphics-->Labels-->Bonds, select
I'm not sure if my original message was ambiguous and/or badly worded on
this, if so, I apologise.
The "Graphics-->Labels-->Bonds" step is done *within* VMD, not xmgrace.
If I recall correctly, recent versions of VMD have the ability to
render/display a graph of this data internally (using Multiplot), but it
can also export this data to xmgrace (from the Multiplot window: File->
Export to Xmgrace). I just prefer to use xmgrace since I can do other
processing on the data and save the graph as an EPS file.
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