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I'm making sequenced pictures to be a movie. Each picture
contains distance between atoms, and I can SEE them changing in
the movie. Does someone know whether PyMol can output this sequenced
atom distance to a file, and how? Normal text format will be O.K.
Thanks a lot.
Yuuki Komata komata@...
From: Warren L. DeLano <warren@su...> - 2002-10-12 16:58:02
I've glanced at the code and found that there's no way to get that
information out directly right now. The dist command only returns the
average distance drawn -- this is because a single distance command can be
used to draw distances to many atoms. To accomplish your goal, you would
need to temporarily copy each state into a separate object, issue a
distance command to measure it, and then delete the temporary object.
We need to add more "measuring" tools to PyMOL: Is the following
proposed list complete?
In each case, you would only be measuring one set of atoms and you would
get a number if measuring a single state (default), or you would get a
list if measuring the value for all states (of those atoms).
On Sat, 12 Oct 2002, Yuuki Komata wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm making sequenced pictures to be a movie. Each picture
> contains distance between atoms, and I can SEE them changing in
> the movie. Does someone know whether PyMol can output this sequenced
> atom distance to a file, and how? Normal text format will be O.K.
> Thanks a lot.
> Yuuki Komata komata@...
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