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## Re: [PyMOL] morphing 3-states

 Re: [PyMOL] morphing 3-states From: Thomas Holder - 2012-11-25 13:01:11 ```Hi Jordan, morpheasy creates 30 states, which are mapped to 80 frames (forward play, pause, backward play). If you have multiple conformations, do morphs for each transition and join the results with "create". Consider this example which morphs 1 -> 2 -> 3 -> 1 # align conformations align conf2, conf1 align conf3, conf2 # do the morphs and forget about the movie frames morpheasy conf1, conf2 mstop; mset morpheasy conf2, conf3 mstop; mset morpheasy conf3, conf1 mstop; mset # append morph02 and morph03 to morph01 create morph01, morph02, 0, 31 create morph01, morph03, 0, 61 delete morph02 morph03 # if you want pauses between the morphs, use movie frames mset 1-30 30x10 30-60 60x10 60-90 Hope that helps. Cheers, Thomas On 11/25/2012 02:36 AM, Jordan Willis wrote: > Hi, > > I have 3 different conformations of the same structure and I was > wondering what is the easiest possible way to morph 3 conformations. > > Morpheasy works fantastic for two conformations, and this makes > around 80 frames. I can then reinitialize and do the other two > states. I have no idea how to link the two. > > Does anyone have any ideas or documentation on this? > > Thanks, Jordan -- Thomas Holder PyMOL Developer Schrödinger Contractor ```

 [PyMOL] morphing 3-states From: Jordan Willis - 2012-11-25 01:35:59 ```Hi, I have 3 different conformations of the same structure and I was wondering what is the easiest possible way to morph 3 conformations. Morpheasy works fantastic for two conformations, and this makes around 80 frames. I can then reinitialize and do the other two states. I have no idea how to link the two. Does anyone have any ideas or documentation on this? Thanks, Jordan ```
 Re: [PyMOL] morphing 3-states From: Roger Rowlett - 2012-11-25 04:04:26 Attachments: Message as HTML ```ImageMagick can easily append/adjoin animated gifs. Roger Rowlett On Nov 24, 2012 8:38 PM, "Jordan Willis" wrote: > Hi, > > I have 3 different conformations of the same structure and I was wondering > what is the easiest possible way to morph 3 conformations. > > Morpheasy works fantastic for two conformations, and this makes around 80 > frames. I can then reinitialize and do the other two states. I have no idea > how to link the two. > > Does anyone have any ideas or documentation on this? > > > Thanks, > Jordan > > > > > > > > ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ > Monitor your physical, virtual and cloud infrastructure from a single > web console. Get in-depth insight into apps, servers, databases, vmware, > SAP, cloud infrastructure, etc. Download 30-day Free Trial. > Pricing starts from \$795 for 25 servers or applications! > http://p.sf.net/sfu/zoho_dev2dev_nov > _______________________________________________ > PyMOL-users mailing list (PyMOL-users@...) > Info Page: https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/pymol-users > Archives: http://www.mail-archive.com/pymol-users@... > ```
 Re: [PyMOL] morphing 3-states From: Thomas Holder - 2012-11-25 13:01:11 ```Hi Jordan, morpheasy creates 30 states, which are mapped to 80 frames (forward play, pause, backward play). If you have multiple conformations, do morphs for each transition and join the results with "create". Consider this example which morphs 1 -> 2 -> 3 -> 1 # align conformations align conf2, conf1 align conf3, conf2 # do the morphs and forget about the movie frames morpheasy conf1, conf2 mstop; mset morpheasy conf2, conf3 mstop; mset morpheasy conf3, conf1 mstop; mset # append morph02 and morph03 to morph01 create morph01, morph02, 0, 31 create morph01, morph03, 0, 61 delete morph02 morph03 # if you want pauses between the morphs, use movie frames mset 1-30 30x10 30-60 60x10 60-90 Hope that helps. Cheers, Thomas On 11/25/2012 02:36 AM, Jordan Willis wrote: > Hi, > > I have 3 different conformations of the same structure and I was > wondering what is the easiest possible way to morph 3 conformations. > > Morpheasy works fantastic for two conformations, and this makes > around 80 frames. I can then reinitialize and do the other two > states. I have no idea how to link the two. > > Does anyone have any ideas or documentation on this? > > Thanks, Jordan -- Thomas Holder PyMOL Developer Schrödinger Contractor ```