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From: Jason Vertrees <javertre@ut...> - 2006-12-14 18:00:46
Just put it on the Wiki.
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On Thursday 14 December 2006 11:33, pymol-users-request@...
> Subject: [PyMOL] A little plugin
> To: pymol-users@...
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> Dear pymolers,
> I just coded a quick and dirty (and also pretty slow),
> but functional (It have worked for me, at least) pymol
> plugin that takes a trajectory loaded in pymol and set
> the b-factor so the trajectory can be colored by frame
> (first frame blue, second frame green, etc, and last
> frame red). This is useful when viewing a structure
> with the "all_states" variable in "on" model.
> I don't have at this time any website to upload it, so
> I would like to ask if somebody has space ina server
> and wants to upload it.
> Even if it remains offline, If you think you can give
> it some use, just write me and I will send it (I guess
> it will be under the python's license)