**From:** Joshua Adelman (*jadelman_at_berkeley.edu*)

**Date:** Wed Oct 15 2008 - 12:06:00 CDT

**Next message:**Devendra: "RE: Error with External Electric Filed module"**Previous message:**Jerome Henin: "Re: How to choose force field?"**Next in thread:**Dave Rogers: "Re: Quantitative Test for Equilibration of Data Time Series"**Reply:**Dave Rogers: "Re: Quantitative Test for Equilibration of Data Time Series"**Reply:**Peter Freddolino: "Re: Quantitative Test for Equilibration of Data Time Series"**Messages sorted by:**[ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] [ attachment ]

Does anyone know of a quantitative test or analysis that can be

applied to a data time series to test to see when the data has

equilibrated? I have a large number of simulations that seem to be

equilibrating on slightly different time scales and am trying to find

an automated way of figuring out how much of the initial sampling

needs to be discarded in order to calculate the average value of the

time series. Most of the suggestions on this list seem to imply

visual inspection of the data, which is sub-optimal for this

application.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Josh

**Next message:**Devendra: "RE: Error with External Electric Filed module"**Previous message:**Jerome Henin: "Re: How to choose force field?"**Next in thread:**Dave Rogers: "Re: Quantitative Test for Equilibration of Data Time Series"**Reply:**Dave Rogers: "Re: Quantitative Test for Equilibration of Data Time Series"**Reply:**Peter Freddolino: "Re: Quantitative Test for Equilibration of Data Time Series"**Messages sorted by:**[ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] [ attachment ]

*
This archive was generated by hypermail 2.1.6
: Wed Feb 29 2012 - 15:49:58 CST
*