From: crockett c.h. (chc2g16) (chc2g16_at_soton.ac.uk)
Date: Wed Nov 27 2019 - 09:23:39 CST

Hi Everyone,

Iím quite new to the world or VMD/NAMD but have thus far been able to perform 105ns simulations on various protein structures. The major problem however is being able to analyse the trajectories since the memory required is so large. At this point I just want to be able to perform basic analyses using the rmsd and rmsd per residue .tcl scripts found in the ubiquitin tutorial. Despite trying to integrate the dcd scripts with these are am unbale t to get it to work. Errors I have received consist of Segmentation fault (core dumped) and bigdcd and bigdcd_wait not being read. I am trying to run these using ComputeCanada. Here is an example below of the approach Iíve been taking to combine the rmsd.tcl script and commands from the bigdcd scripts (https://www.ks.uiuc.edu/Research/vmd/script_library/scripts/bigdcd/). I have saved the bigdcd.tcl and usually source this before calling the rmsd.tcl. Here is an example of something Iíve tried thus far. Any suggestions much appreciated- many thanks

proc rmsd_time { frame } {
   global sel frame0 nf
   $sel move [measure fit $sel $frame0]
   puts "$frame: [measure rmsd $sel $frame0]"
}
set outfile [open rmsd_time.dat w];
set mol [mol new 2gbu_wbn.psf type psf waitfor all]
set nf [molinfo top get numframes]
set frame0 [atomselect top "protein and backbone and noh" frame 0]
set sel [atomselect top "protein and backbone and noh"]
mol addfile 2gbu_18.dcd waitfor all
# rmsd calculation loop
for {set i 1 } {$i < $nf } { incr i } {
    $sel frame $i
    $sel move [measure fit $sel $frame0]
    puts $outfile "[measure rmsd $sel $frame0]"
}
close $outfile
bigdcd rmsd_time
bigdcd_wait
quit

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