votca-csg - The VOTCA coarse-graining engine
Versatile Object-oriented Toolkit for Coarse-graining Applications (VOTCA) is a
package intended to reduce the amount of routine work when doing systematic
coarse-graining of various systems. The core is written in C++. Iterative
methods are implemented using bash + perl.
Please visit the program site at __http://www.votca.org__.
The following commands make up the votca-csg suite. Please refer to their
individual man pages for further details.
- Performs tasks that are needed for simple Boltzmann
inversion in an interactive environment.
- Calls script from the interactive framework for the
- Calculates all kind of density profiles.
- Prints atoms that are read from a topology file to help
debug atom naming.
- Performs force matching (also called multiscale
- Create skeleton for gromacs topology based on atomistic
topology and a mapping file.
- Is internally called by inversion scripts to kick out zero
entries in the matrix for inverse Monte Carlo (imc).
- Starts the script to run iterative Boltzmann inverse (ibi)
or inverse Monte Carlo (imc), etc.
- Map a reference trajectory to a coarse-grained
- Outputs the time-averaged number of particles, listed by
- Helper program called by inverse scripts to parse xml
- Changes grid + interval and interpolated any sort of table
- Calculates all kind of distribuions (bonded +
- A multiplexed version of g_rdf
Written and maintained by the VOTCA Development Team <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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