Hi Tsjerk, Frieda,
I made a different solution (I can't get Tsjerk's to work, oddly - it looks
like it should step through sses correctly, but I can't see why the "
sslist.pop(i)" gives what it should).

Anyway, my 'versions' :) are on the wiki as:

http://www.pymolwiki.org/index.php/Ss

which is what was asked for. Also, there is a more tricky implementation,
that takes a function and applys it to each sse. I don't know if these
programs are compatible with very early versions of python, bytheway.

http://www.pymolwiki.org/index.php/Iterate_sses

They were fun to code, anyway.

gilleain torrance

Hi Gilleain,

I tried pasting in the code at the first link, followed by
ss my_object
where my_object is the name of an object in the file,
and the output looks like this:
1-1
1--1 S
1-2
2--1 S
2-3
3--1 S
3-4
...etc.

Am I using ss incorrectly?

For the second link above, I do not know what command(s) to issue after I paste in the code.

Thanks for your help,
Frieda

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Frieda Reichsman

Molecules in Motion

Interactive Molecular Structures

http://www.moleculesinmotion.com


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