Hi,

Running

gmx check -f your.file

will tell you what is in your file. You can't get it to create data for the
frames you have never saved anywhere. The nstxout option doesn't mean "save
everything but later only show me frames at this interval" :-)

Mark

On Wed, 19 Oct 2016 07:58 Marko Sever <marko.se...@ki.si> wrote:

> Thanks. Still I was told that even if i set the "output frequency of
> frames" the .trr should contain more finer grained data?
>
> What file can I show you, that you can see more out from it?
>
> Regards,
> Marko
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