I am trying to define some atom style variables using the atom vectors x, y and z for the purpose of defining a position-dependent electric field. I find it necessary to perform divisions such as y/x, which will result in a divide by zero error if an atom has a x-coordinate of zero. Therefore, is it possible to restrict such division operations only to atoms for which x is non-zero without looping over all atoms ?
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