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       csg_map - Part of the VOTCA package


       csg_map [OPTIONS]

       csg_map [--help]


       Convert a reference atomistic trajectory or configuration into a coarse-grained one based
       on a mapping xml-file. The mapping can be applied to either an entire trajectory or a
       selected set of frames only (see options).
         * csg_map --top FA-topol.tpr --trj FA-traj.trr --out CG-traj.xtc --cg cg-map.xml
         * csg_map --top FA-topol.tpr --trj FA-conf.gro --out CG-conf.gro --cg cg-map.xml
         * csg_map --top FA-topol.tpr --trj FA-traj.xtc --out FA-history.dlph --no-map
         * csg_map --top FA-field.dlpf --trj FA-history.dlph --out CG-history.dlph --cg cg-
         * csg_map --top .dlpf --trj .dlph --out .dlph --cg cg-map.xml  convert HISTORY to


       Allowed options:

           -h [ --help ]             display this help and exit
           --verbose                 be loud and noisy
           --verbose1                be very loud and noisy
           -v [ --verbose2 ]         be extremly loud and noisy
           --top arg                 atomistic topology file
           --out arg                 output file for coarse-grained trajectory
           --vel                     Write mapped velocities (if available)
           --force                   Write mapped forces (if available)
           --hybrid                  Create hybrid trajectory containing both atomistic
                                   and coarse-grained
         Mapping options:

           --cg arg                  coarse graining mapping and bond definitions
           --map-ignore arg          list of molecules to ignore separated by ;
           --no-map                  disable mapping and act on original trajectory
         Trajectory options:

           --trj arg                 atomistic trajectory file
           --begin arg (=0)          skip frames before this time (only works for
                                   Gromacs files)
           --first-frame arg (=0)    start with this frame
           --nframes arg             process the given number of frames


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