From: Pawel Weronski (pawel_at_cnls.lanl.gov)
Date: Tue Oct 11 2005 - 08:22:18 CDT
It seems to me that you work in Mac, don't you? As far as I know the
scripts work in Linux/Unix only (there are system specific commands
inside). Just try to write a simple program in any language to extract
all lines starting with "TEMP:" from your data file.
bo baker wrote:
>I would like to analysis the result from a NAMD MD run. According to
>the NAMD tutorial, 'namdpot' is the command to extract TEMP, TOTAL and
>PRESS information from the .log file. Here is how I did:
>bo% cd /Applications/NAMD_2.6b1_MacOSX-PPC
>bo% namdplot TEMP pbr1.log
>tcsh: namdplot: Command not found.
>bo% /Applications/NAMD_2.6b1_MacOSX-PPC/namdplot TEMP pbr1.log
>tcsh: /Applications/NAMD_2.6b1_MacOSX-PPC/namdplot: Command not found.
>I am not sure which part I did wrong. How the 'namdplot' woks.
>Thank you for your help
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