From: Vermaas, Joshua (
Date: Mon Apr 29 2019 - 11:17:35 CDT

And the reason this works is that internally it *isn't* measuring the angle D-H-A, but is actually measuring the angle D-A-H (or A-D-H, I forget... in any event, the hydrogen is on one end of the interaction). This means that small angles mean that the three atoms are roughly co-linear.


On 2019-04-27 08:38:32-06:00 wrote:

     If the cut off is 45 degrees, it means less than or equals to 45 degrees.
With Regards

On Sat, 27 Apr 2019, 19:22 Saikat Pal, <<>> wrote:
Dear all,
I am very confused about the Hydrogen bond calculation using VMD h-bond plugin . In hydrogen bond plugin If I select Angle cut off = 45 degrees then what should I write in angle cut off criteria <D-H-A is less than equals to 45 or greater than equals to 45?
Thanks and Regards,
Saikat Pal