From: Aashish Bhatt (aashish.ph16221_at_inst.ac.in)
Date: Tue Jun 30 2020 - 01:02:58 CDT
Thank you for the information, sir.
On Tue, Jun 30, 2020 at 3:57 AM Josh Vermaas <joshua.vermaas_at_gmail.com>
> Hi Aashish,
> It seeds the (psuedo)random number generator. Computers are bad at making
> randomness, so they use deterministic procedures that make random-enough
> looking sequences. It doesn't matter what the seed is, and if you aren't
> testing our RAMD and want to make sure you are getting reproducible random
> kicks. The value is arbitrary, and nobody will fault you for using
> On Mon, Jun 29, 2020 at 7:39 AM Aashish Bhatt <aashish.ph16221_at_inst.ac.in>
>> Dear Sir
>> I am trying to perform a RAMD calculation for my protein and ligand.
>> Sir, I read the RAMD section in the NAMD manual.
>> sir on which basis do I define the RAMDSeed value for example if I want
>> to run a different trajectory with identical parameter.
>> Can I take any number? and how the number is related to the simulation?
>> Best Regards
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