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       csg_resample - Part of the VOTCA package


       csg_resample [OPTION] [OPTIONPARAMETERS]


       Change  grid and interval of any sort of table files.  Mainly called internally by inverse
       script, can also be used to manually prepare input files for coarse-grained simulations.

       Please visit the program site at __http://www.votca.org__.


       Allowed options:

       --help produce this help message

       --in arg
              table to read

       --out arg
              table to write

       --derivative arg
              table to write

       --grid arg
              new grid spacing (min:step:max). If 'grid'  is  specified  only,  interpolation  is

       --type arg (=akima)
              [cubic|akima|linear].  If  option  is  not  specified,  the default type 'akima' is

       --fitgrid arg
              specify fit grid (min:step:max). If 'grid' and 'fitgrid' are specified,  a  fit  is

              Option for fitgrid: Normally, values out of fitgrid boundaries are cut off. If they
              shouldn't, choose --nocut.

       --comment arg
              store a comment in the output table

       --boundaries arg
              (natural|periodic|derivativezero) sets boundary conditions


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       ( !  The t2t file was extracted from 'csg_resample --help' by help2t2t
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