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       eneconv - converts energy files

       VERSION 4.0.1


       eneconv  -f  ener.edr -o fixed.edr -[no]h -nice int -b real -e real -dt
       real -offset real -[no]settime -[no]sort -scalefac real -[no]error


       With  multiple files specified for the  -f option:

       Concatenates several energy files in sorted order.  In case  of  double
       time  frames the one in the later file is used. By specifying  -settime
       you will be asked for the start time of each file. The input files  are
       taken  from  the  command  line,  such  that  the  command   eneconv -o
       fixed.edr *.edr should do the trick.

       With  one file specified for  -f:

       Reads one energy file and writes another, applying the  -dt,   -offset,
       -t0  and   -settime  options  and  converting  to a different format if
       necessary (indicated by file extentions).

        -settime is applied first, then  -dt/ -offset followed by  -b and   -e
       to select which frames to write.


       -f ener.edr Input, Mult.
        Energy file: edr ene

       -o fixed.edr Output
        Energy file: edr ene


        Print help info and quit

       -nice int 19
        Set the nicelevel

       -b real -1
        First time to use

       -e real -1
        Last time to use

       -dt real 0
        Only write out frame when t MOD dt = offset

       -offset real 0
        Time offset for -dt option

        Change starting time interactively

        Sort energy files (not frames)

       -scalefac real 1
        Multiply energy component by this factor

        Stop on errors in the file


       -   When  combining  trajectories  the  sigma  and  E2  (necessary  for
       statistics) are not  updated  correctly.  Only  the  actual  energy  is
       correct. One thus has to compute statistics in another way.



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                                Thu 16 Oct 2008                     eneconv(1)