#97 cartoon renderer with adjoining structures

closed-fixed
Miguel
Graphics (55)
5
2004-05-26
2003-12-11
Michael
No

If one helix cylinder joins another directly, then
there is no rope segment which hooks the two together.

The problem is that sizes are effectively associated
with the alpha carbon atoms. So the last alpha carbon
of one helix has a size. And the first alpha carbon of
the next nelix has a size. There is no place to store
(or specify) the size of the rope which joins the two.

Miguel

Discussion

  • Michael

    Michael - 2004-01-09
    • status: open --> closed-fixed
     
  • Michael

    Michael - 2004-01-09

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    This was fixed so that if there are two adjoining structures
    then the endpoints of the two axes are set to be the
    midpoint of the two alpha carbons.

    There is still a problem because some .pdb files have
    overlapping helix records ... an alpha carbon participates
    in two helices. This case is unresolved.

     
  • Miguel

    Miguel - 2004-05-26
    • assigned_to: michaelthoward --> migueljmol
     

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