From: Scott Classen <classen@uc...> - 2002-09-20 22:11:23
Hello fellow PyMOL users,
I am trying to display a ccp4 map over just a ligand. I have
successfully read in the map and displayed it around the ligand with:
isomesh msh1, map1, 1.5, myobject
but the map has bits and peices of the surrounding sidechains.
Is there a way to only display the map around my ligand?
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From: christopher faehnle <funnel66@ho...> - 2004-08-08 21:57:06
I am a new pymol user and am trying to load an electron density map (ccp4
format). When I do this nothing happens. Any suggestions, tips, etc would
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From: Filipe Maia <filipe@xr...> - 2004-08-08 22:33:04
On Sun, 08 Aug 2004 17:57:00 -0400, christopher faehnle =20
> I am a new pymol user and am trying to load an electron density map =20
> (ccp4 format). When I do this nothing happens. Any suggestions, tips,=
> etc would be appreciated.
The map probably loads just fine (there should be a new object showing up=
on the right side panel), but it's doesn't show anything you can see, it =
simply reads the map to memory. To actual create a representation of the =
map do something like
So if for example you had a ccp4 map called foo.ccp4, when you load it, i=
will create a foo object. To get the mesh simply do:
If this is not the problem, then please describe pymol version/platform =20
and give an example map where it doesn't work.
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