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#!/usr/bin/env python

# coding: utf-8
# This script is a modified version of a script written
# by Steffen Wolf under the GPL v3.0.
# The original version can be accessed at

import argparse
import json
import sys

import numpy as np

import pandas as pd

import scipy
import scipy.integrate
from scipy.ndimage.filters import gaussian_filter

def get_file_names(list_file):
    with open(list_file) as f:
        return [line for line in'\n') if line]

def NEQGamma(file_names, output, output_frict, vel, T, av, sigma):
    N = len(file_names)
    RT = 0.0083144598 * T

    sys.stdout.write("reading data...\n")

    # read in initial data to get length of necessary array
    test_file = pd.read_csv(file_names[0], delim_whitespace=True,
                            header=None, skiprows=17, dtype=float)
    length_data = len(test_file[0].values)
    full_force_set = np.zeros((N, length_data))
    x = np.zeros(length_data)
    t = np.zeros(length_data)
    t = test_file[0].values
    x = test_file[0].values * vel

    # read in data
    for i in range(0, N):
        current_file_name = file_names[i]
        sys.stdout.write("reading file {}\n".format(current_file_name))
        input_file_data = pd.read_csv(current_file_name, delim_whitespace=True,
                                      header=None, skiprows=17, dtype=float)
        full_force_set[i, :] = input_file_data[1].values

    # preprocessing
    # * force average: calculate $\left< f_c (t)\right>_N$.
    # **Important:** this is an ensemble average over the trajectory ensemble
    # $N$, not the time average over $t$
    av_force = np.zeros(length_data)
    av_forceintegral = np.zeros(length_data)
    for i in range(length_data):
        av_force[i] = np.mean(full_force_set[:, i])
    av_forceintegral[1:] = scipy.integrate.cumtrapz(av_force, x)

    # calculate $\delta f_c(t) = f_c(t) - \left< f_c (t) \right>_N$ for all $t$
    sys.stdout.write("calculating fluctuations...\n")
    delta_force_set = np.zeros((N, length_data))
    for i in range(length_data):
        delta_force_set[:, i] = full_force_set[:, i] - av_force[i]

    # evaluation
    # * optimized algorithm for numerical evaluation:
    #     * integrate: $\int_0^t dt' \delta f_c(t')$ for all $t'$
    #     * multiply by $\delta f_c(t)$ to yield
    # $\int_0^t dt'\delta f_c(t) \delta f_c(t')$ for $t$
    # with all $t' \leq t$ each
    #     * then calculate the ensemble average
    # $\left< \int_0^t dt' \delta f_c(t) \delta f_c(t') \right>$
    int_delta_force_set = np.zeros((N, length_data))
    for n in range(N):
        int_delta_force_set[n, 1:] = scipy.integrate.cumtrapz(
                                        delta_force_set[n, :], t)

    sys.stdout.write("averaging and integrating...\n")
    intcorr = np.zeros((N, length_data))

    for n in range(N):
        for i in range(length_data):
            intcorr[n, i] = delta_force_set[n, i] * int_delta_force_set[n, i]
            if i % 1000 == 0:
                sys.stdout.write("Trajectory {:2d} {:3.1f} % done\r".format(
                    n + 1, (i / length_data) * 100))

    # shape of  $\int_0^t dt' \delta f_c(t) \delta f_c(t')$:
    sys.stdout.write("final average...\n")
    av_intcorr = np.zeros(length_data)
    for i in range(length_data):
        av_intcorr[i] = np.mean(intcorr[:, i]) / RT

    # autocorrelation function evaluation:
    #  * calculate $\left< \delta f_c(t) \delta f_c(t') \right>$
    # for the last $t$

    corr_set = np.zeros((N, length_data))
    autocorr_set = np.zeros(length_data)

    sys.stdout.write("calculating and processing ACF...\n")
    for n in range(N):
        for i in range(length_data):
            corr_set[n, i] = delta_force_set[
                n, i] * delta_force_set[n, length_data - 1]

    for i in range(length_data):
        autocorr_set[i] = np.mean(corr_set[:, i])

    # * Gauss filter:
    sys.stdout.write("applying Gauss filter...\n")
    blurr = sigma
    blurred = np.zeros(length_data)
    blurred = gaussian_filter(av_intcorr, sigma=blurr)

    # * sliding window average:
    sys.stdout.write("applying sliding window average...\n")
    window = av
    runn_av = np.zeros(length_data)
    runn_av = np.convolve(av_intcorr, np.ones((window,)) / window, mode='same')

    # * $W_{diss}$ from integration:
    wdiss = np.zeros(length_data)
    wdiss[1:] = scipy.integrate.cumtrapz(av_intcorr, x) * vel

    sys.stdout.write("writing output...\n")
    dist = open(output, "w")
    frict = open(output_frict, "w")

        "#x  force_integral  frict_coeff   wdiss   corrected_force_integral\n")
    for i in range(length_data):
        dist.write("{:15.8f} {:20.8f} {:20.8f} {:20.8f} {:20.8f}\n".format(
            x[i], av_forceintegral[i], av_intcorr[i], wdiss[i],
            av_forceintegral[i] - wdiss[i]))

    frict.write("""#x   ACF   frict_coeff   """
                """gauss_filtered_frict_coeff   av_window_frict_coeff\n""")
    for i in range(length_data):
        frict.write("{:15.8f} {:20.8f} {:20.8f} {:20.8f} {:20.8f}\n".format(
                x[i], autocorr_set[i], av_intcorr[i], blurred[i], runn_av[i]))



def main():
    parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(description="""dcTMD friciton correction
        (please cite: Wolf, S., Stock, G. Targeted Molecular Dynamics
        Calculations of Free Energy Profiles Using a Nonequilibrium
        Friction Correction. J. Chem. Theory Comput. 2018, 14(12), 6175-6182,
        DOI: 10.1021/acs.jctc.8b00835). Integrates a constraint force file via
        trapezoid rule, calculates the NEQ memory friction kernel and friction
        factors, and performs a friction correction. First column: reaction
        coordinate in nm calculated via t * vel. Second column: force integral,
        i.e. the work profile. Third column: friction factors. Fourth column:
        trapezoid integral (final value) of friction work along reaction
        coordinate. Fourth column: friction corrected work profile. ATTENTION:
        Use with python3 or higher!""")
    parser.add_argument('-i', metavar='<xvg force file>', type=str,
                        help="""List of xvg constraint force files prefix
                        as given by Gromacs mdrun -pf option before running
    parser.add_argument('-o', metavar='<combined results>', type=str,
                        help="""file to write x, dG(x), friction coefficeint by
                        integration (time resolved), and the friction-corrected
    parser.add_argument('-ofrict', metavar='<combined friction results>',
                        help="""file to write x, ACF, friction coefficeint by
                        integration (time resolved), gauss filtered friction
                        coefficient, and slide window averaged friction.""")
    parser.add_argument('-vel', metavar='<pull velocity>', type=float,
                        help="""pull velocity in nm/ps for converting simulation
                        time t into distance x""")
    parser.add_argument('-T', metavar='<temperature>', type=float,
                        help='temperature in K')
    parser.add_argument('-av', metavar='<average window>', type=int,
                        help="""size of averaging window for displaying
                        Gamma(x) (recommended: 4 to 20 per 100 data points)""")
    parser.add_argument('-sigma', metavar='<gauss blurr>', type=int,
                        help="""sigma value for Gauss filter for displaying
                        Gamma(x) (recommended: 4 per 100 data points)""")
    parser.add_argument('-json', metavar='<json>', type=str,
                        help='JSON file defining cluster membership')

    args = parser.parse_args()

    file_names = get_file_names(args.i)
    if args.json:
        with open(args.json) as f:
            j = json.load(f)
        file_names_dct = {n: [file_names[int(m)] for m in j[n]] for n in j}

        for cluster in file_names_dct:
                     'cluster{}_{}'.format(cluster, args.o),
                     'cluster{}_{}'.format(cluster, args.ofrict),
                     args.vel, args.T, args.av, args.sigma)
        NEQGamma(file_names, args.o, args.ofrict, args.vel,
                 args.T, args.av, args.sigma)

if __name__ == "__main__":