I was wondering if there was a smart way of having a script iterate over all (or some) of the states. I know that there are the usual iterate and iterate_state commands available but it appears that it makes for clumsier code. More specifically, I'm looking to use the pucker.py script which calculates sugar dihedral angles (found under PUCKER at the PyMOL-Wiki) and have it spit values back for all states of an MD simulation rather than just only the first state. Basically, I would like for it to behave like the distance/dihedral measurement functions available in the PyMOL wizard such that the pucker information is calculated, displayed on the screen, and changes as I run through each frame.
Thanks in advance!
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