Data Set Selection Syntax
Many analysis commands can be used to analyze multiple data sets.
The general format for selecting data sets is:
’*’ character can be used as a wild-card for entire names (no partial matches).
<name>: The data set name, usually specified in the action (e.g. in ’distance d0 @1 @2’ the data set name is “d0”).
<aspect>: Optional; this is set for certain data sets internally in order to easily select subsets of data. The brackets are required. For example, when using ’hbond series’, both solute-solute and solute-solvent hydrogen bond time series may be generated. To select all solute-solute hydrogen bonds one would use the aspect “[solutehb]”; to select solute-solvent hydrogen bonds the aspect “[solventhb]” would be used. Aspects are hard-coded and are listed in the commands that use them.
<index>: Optional; for actions that generate many data sets (such as ’rmsd perres’) an index is used. Depending on the action, the index may correspond to atom #s, residue #s, etc. A number range (comma and/or dash separated) may be used.
For example: to select all data sets with aspect “
[shear]” named NA_00000:
To select all data sets with aspect “
[stagger]” with any name, indices 1 and 3:
In ensemble mode, data set selection has additional syntax:
<member> is the ensemble member number starting from 0.