This is part of the isdb module

Calculates the Paramagnetic Resonance Enhancement intensity ratio between a spin label atom and a list of atoms .

The reference atom for the spin label is added with SPINLABEL, the affected atom(s) are give as numbered GROUPA1, GROUPA2, ... The additional parameters needed for the calculation are given as INEPT, the inept time, TAUC the correlation time, OMEGA, the Larmor frequency and RTWO for the relaxation time.

METAINFERENCE can be activated using DOSCORE and the other relevant keywords.

Description of components

The names of the components in this action can be customized by the user in the actions input file. However, in addition to the components that can be customized the following quantities will always be output

Quantity Description
sigma uncertainty parameter
sigmaMean uncertainty in the mean estimate
acceptSigma MC acceptance
pre the # PRE

In addition the following quantities can be calculated by employing the keywords listed below

Quantity Keyword Description
acceptScale SCALEDATA MC acceptance
weight REWEIGHT weights of the weighted average
biasDer REWEIGHT derivatives with respect to the bias
scale SCALEDATA scale parameter
offset ADDOFFSET offset parameter
ftilde GENERIC ensemble average estimator
exp ADDEXP the # PRE experimental intensity
The atoms involved can be specified using
SPINLABEL The atom to be used as the paramagnetic center.. For more information on how to specify lists of atoms see Groups and Virtual Atoms
GROUPA the atoms involved in each of the contacts you wish to calculate. Keywords like GROUPA1, GROUPA2, GROUPA3,... should be listed and one contact will be calculated for each ATOM keyword you specify. You can use multiple instances of this keyword i.e. GROUPA1, GROUPA2, GROUPA3...
Compulsory keywords
LIKELIHOOD ( default=GAUSS ) the likelihood for the GENERIC metainference model, GAUSS or LOGN
DFTILDE ( default=0.1 ) fraction of sigma_mean used to evolve ftilde
SCALE0 ( default=1.0 ) initial value of the scaling factor
SCALE_PRIOR ( default=FLAT ) either FLAT or GAUSSIAN
OFFSET0 ( default=0.0 ) initial value of the offset
SIGMA0 ( default=1.0 ) initial value of the uncertainty parameter
SIGMA_MIN ( default=0.0 ) minimum value of the uncertainty parameter
SIGMA_MAX ( default=10. ) maximum value of the uncertainty parameter
OPTSIGMAMEAN ( default=NONE ) Set to NONE/SEM to manually set sigma mean, or to estimate it on the fly
WRITE_STRIDE ( default=10000 ) write the status to a file every N steps, this can be used for restart/continuation
INEPT is the INEPT time (in ms).
TAUC is the correlation time (in ns) for this electron-nuclear interaction.
OMEGA is the Larmor frequency of the nuclear spin (in MHz).
NUMERICAL_DERIVATIVES ( default=off ) calculate the derivatives for these quantities numerically
DOSCORE ( default=off ) activate metainference
NOENSEMBLE ( default=off ) don't perform any replica-averaging
REWEIGHT ( default=off ) simple REWEIGHT using the ARG as energy
SCALEDATA ( default=off ) Set to TRUE if you want to sample a scaling factor common to all values and replicas
ADDOFFSET ( default=off ) Set to TRUE if you want to sample an offset common to all values and replicas
NOPBC ( default=off ) ignore the periodic boundary conditions when calculating distances

( default=off ) Set to TRUE if you want to have fixed components with the experimental values.

ARG the input for this action is the scalar output from one or more other actions. The particular scalars that you will use are referenced using the label of the action. If the label appears on its own then it is assumed that the Action calculates a single scalar value. The value of this scalar is thus used as the input to this new action. If * or *.* appears the scalars calculated by all the proceeding actions in the input file are taken. Some actions have multi-component outputs and each component of the output has a specific label. For example a DISTANCE action labelled dist may have three components x, y and z. To take just the x component you should use dist.x, if you wish to take all three components then use dist.*.More information on the referencing of Actions can be found in the section of the manual on the PLUMED Getting Started. Scalar values can also be referenced using POSIX regular expressions as detailed in the section on Regular Expressions. To use this feature you you must compile PLUMED with the appropriate flag. You can use multiple instances of this keyword i.e. ARG1, ARG2, ARG3...
AVERAGING Stride for calculation of averaged weights and sigma_mean
SCALE_MIN minimum value of the scaling factor
SCALE_MAX maximum value of the scaling factor
DSCALE maximum MC move of the scaling factor
OFFSET_MIN minimum value of the offset
OFFSET_MAX maximum value of the offset
DOFFSET maximum MC move of the offset
REGRES_ZERO stride for regression with zero offset
DSIGMA maximum MC move of the uncertainty parameter
SIGMA_MEAN0 starting value for the uncertainty in the mean estimate
TEMP the system temperature - this is only needed if code doesn't pass the temperature to plumed
MC_STEPS number of MC steps
STATUS_FILE write a file with all the data useful for restart/continuation of Metainference
SELECTOR name of selector
NSELECT range of values for selector [0, N-1]
RESTART allows per-action setting of restart (YES/NO/AUTO)
RTWO The relaxation of the atom/atoms in the corresponding GROUPA of atoms. Keywords like RTWO1, RTWO2, RTWO3,... should be listed. You can use multiple instances of this keyword i.e. RTWO1, RTWO2, RTWO3...
PREINT Add an experimental value for each PRE. You can use multiple instances of this keyword i.e. PREINT1, PREINT2, PREINT3...

In the following example five PRE intensities are calculated using the distance between the oxygen of the spin label and the backbone hydrogen atoms. Omega is the NMR frequency, RTWO the R2 for the hydrogen atoms, INEPT of 8 ms for the experiment and a TAUC of 1.21 ns

PRE ...
GROUPA1=86  RTWO1=0.0120272827
GROUPA2=177 RTWO2=0.0263953158
GROUPA3=285 RTWO3=0.0058899829
GROUPA4=335 RTWO4=0.0102072646
GROUPA5=451 RTWO5=0.0086341843
... PRE