The data contained in the averages data structures is placed into a table using the BUILD command, see Building Tables. There are a large number of dynamic properties available for table construction.
Prior to using any of the dynamic properties, one must be ensure
the correct data structures have been created within the analysis
facility. In order to get dynamical information about internal
ICAV must have been built. If such information is
to be compared, the
ICAV's for both main and comparison data
structures must have been created. For positional dynamical properties
of atoms, one requires a PAX data structure. Likewise, for velocity
dynamical properties, one requires a PAV data structure. Note that both
positional and velocity properties of atoms may be mixed in the same
table. If one fails to ensure that the correct data structures have been
created, the BUILD command will print an error message and not
build the table.