AMBER Archive (2009)
Subject: [AMBER] create new crd files from transformed coordinates
From: Donald Keidel (dkeidel_at_scripps.edu)
Date: Tue Mar 24 2009 - 20:49:03 CDT
I have ran minimization using amber and have generated coordinates using
the -pqr option which creates a file that looks or is a pqr.
I then apply a transformation (rotation and translation) to these
coordinates and save them as another pqr. I then take the x,y, and z
coordinates and make a file that has the same format as the original
.crd file and run this new .crd file with the original .top file.
I am getting a serious error and I think amber is not happy with the new
.crd file. When I look at the 2 .crd files (original and new) I do not
see a difference. I ahve the same spacing and significant figures and
the order of the atoms is the same. Do I need to create a new .top file
that corresponds to each .crd file? I thought the .top could be used
with a transformed .crd as long as the atom order is the same.
Thank you in advance for all your help.
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