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%trr2matlab.m
by Evan Arthur, University of Michigan, October 2011

Matlab outputs trajectories in a relatively consistent format that is
fundamentally challanging and inefficient for Matlab to read directly.
This program translates most trr files from recent versions of Gromacs
into binary files that can be read quickly and efficiently into Matlab
via readGmx2Matlab.m.
readGmx2Matlab.m is a sibling...



Plot a set of stacked bars, but group them according to labels provided.

Params:
stackData is a 3D matrix (i.e., stackData(i, j, k) => (Group, Stack, StackElement))
groupLabels is a CELL type (i.e., { 'a', 1 , 20, 'foo' };)



Some of the logic from this program was provided from PDBRead.m by Sachin Nikumbh. The version I made is a trimmed down version of it that only outputs the data from one atom type (protein by default), and formats it as convenient cell variables....