AMBER Archive (2002)
Subject: Re: RESP tutorial
From: David Case (case_at_scripps.edu)
Date: Tue Apr 23 2002 - 19:41:49 CDT
On Tue, Apr 23, 2002, Michael G Cooney wrote:
> I was just wondering if anyone knew of a good tutorial for the RESP
> charge-fitting program.
The antechamber program (in version 7) can help you create your own
tutorials to study (or to avoid having to learn the details of resp
input at all.....).
antechamber -i name.pdb -fi pdb -o name.com -fo gcart
will create "name.com" that can be fed to Gaussian, e.g.
g98 < name.com > name.log
Now, you can use antechamber to automatically run the first and second
antechamber -i name.log -fi gout -o name.prepi -fo prepi \
-c resp -s 2
This will create the required resp input files for your molecule (they
will be called ANTECHAMBER_RESP1.IN and ANTECHAMBER_RESP2.IN), and you
can study the output files as well (ANTECHAMBER_RESP1.OUT and
ANTECHAMBER_RESP2.OUT). The resp charges will end up in the "name.prepi"
file, which can be loaded into LEaP.
...hope this helps....dac
David A. Case | e-mail: case_at_scripps.edu
Dept. of Molecular Biology, TPC15 | fax: +1-858-784-8896
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