I am trying to write the analysis using gmx energy in a bash script. When this is usually passed on a command line, it asks for an input from keyboard to choose the energy term from a list of terms.
This can be automated in a bash script using the keyword echo as follows:
echo Temperature | gmx energy -f md.edr
echo "11 0" | gmx energy -f md.edr
However the problem comes when the energy term is "1/Viscosity" . It recognises only the number 1 and outputs the first energy term. I have tried placing it in quotes, as well as preceding it with a $ sign. None of them work. How to overcome this problem when the energy term doesn't start with a letter?