From: Jérôme Hénin (jerome.henin_at_uhp-nancy.fr)
Date: Wed Jul 20 2005 - 05:07:19 CDT
When using bincoordinates, you still have to include a "coordinates" statement
and provide a PDB file. The coordinates in it will be ignored.
If you still have to convert your binary file, load it in VMD (load a PSF file
first). Then select the molecule and use the "save coordinates" dialog.
By the way, comments like "it did not work" are not precise enough - in most
cases - for people to understand your problem. When you report something that
went wrong, it is advisable to quote whatever error message you got.
On Wednesday 20 July 2005 10:18, Deborah Jameson wrote:
> I wanted to change the binary coor file to pdb file to use it for another
> simulation and I used command bincoordinates mentioned in mailing list but
> it did not work. does anybody know how to change binary file to pdb file ?
> would you please mention all necessary procedure to do so.
> Thanks in advanced
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