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Hello, I have been trying to use the extended .cfg formatted files as an input to Atomeye viewer. I want to use the least-squares strain coloring in Atomeye which requires the atoms in each .cfg file to be in the same order. I ask LAMMPS to dump the atom ID in the command below but LAMMPS ignores it. For some reason it refuses to print the atom ID even though it will print it in the other styles of dump command. Is there a reason for this?

Should I follow this command with a dump_modify command and ask it to sort by ID?

mydump all cfg 50000 s10.*.cfg id type xs ys zs

Thanks,
Adam

Hello, I have been trying to use the extended .cfg formatted files as an
input to Atomeye viewer. I want to use the least-squares strain coloring in
Atomeye which requires the atoms in each .cfg file to be in the same order.
I ask LAMMPS to dump the atom ID in the command below but LAMMPS ignores it.

it doesn't ignore it, but only uses it internally.

For some reason it refuses to print the atom ID even though it will print it
in the other styles of dump command. Is there a reason for this?
Should I follow this command with a dump_modify command and ask it to sort
by ID?

have you tried it? that sounds about the right thing to try.

cheers,
    axel.

it doesn't ignore it, but only uses it internally.

And I think dump cfg also sorts atoms by ID internally.

Steve