From: vivek sharma (vivek.sharma_at_helsinki.fi)
Date: Fri Feb 11 2005 - 16:04:06 CST
I had similar problems some time back, but I used 'namddat' instead and
that may work nicely for you also.
Just use (for e.g.):
./namddat TEMP *.log
it will generate data.dat which contains time step and temperature as x y
columns respectively and that can be easily plotted with xmgrace.
Hope it works.
Quoting Glenn Johnson <gjohnson_at_srrc.ars.usda.gov>:
> I am new to namd and am going through the tutorial. I am at the part of
> trying to analyze ubq_ws_eq.log with namdplot. When I run the namdplot
> script it generates an xmgrace plot with no data and no y-axis label,
> and the axes running from 0 to 1. The temp file that the script creates
> is empty. I searched the archive but could not find an answer although
> I saw some people had posted about a similar problem.
> Glenn Johnson <gjohnson_at_srrc.ars.usda.gov>
> U. S. Department of Agriculture
-- VIVEK SHARMA HBG BI "You must be the change you wish to see in the world." MKG
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