Hi Siv,

It's possible, but requires some python programming. If you're atom sequence is like CA, CB, CA, CB it shouldn't be to hard... (unfortunately I don't have time now :S sorry).


On 3/1/06, Siv Midtun Hollup <sivh@ii.uib.no> wrote:

I have pdb files with c alpha coordinates and a centroid coordinate set
for each residue, and I'd like to make a ball-and-stick model where all
the c alpha atoms are connected like a backbone, and the
centroids are connected to the appropriate c alpha atom. Can this be
done in pymol, and if so, how? :)

For the moment I'm running pymol 0.98.

Thanks in advance,

Siv Hollup - sivh@ii.uib.no (NOTE: new email adress)
PhD student
Dept. of Informatics
University of Bergen, Norway
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