From: Marc Saric <marc.saric@mp...> - 2002-10-11 07:44:25
Some time ago I asked if someone knows how the density-wizard in Pymol
works, but did not get an answer, so I ask again! :-)
I searched the archives for this, but found nothing (at least not under
"wizard" and "density wizard"), therefore my question:
I know how to load and display CCP4 and XPLOR/CNS-maps in Pymol and how
to make them visible from the commandline (isomesh bla, bla, ...), but I
don't understand the density wizard:
If I've loaded a map, I'm not able to make some parts of it visible with
the wizard, and also not if I'm trying to update an existing isomesh
created at the commandline.
So maybe I'm overlooking something really simple, but it did not work at
all so far.
If someone could point out how this thing is supposed to work???
Thanks in advance!
Bye, Marc Saric
Max-Planck-Institut fuer molekulare Physiologie
Otto-Hahn-Str.11 44227 Dortmund phone:0231/133-2168
From: Warren L. DeLano <warren@su...> - 2002-10-11 15:44:52
On Fri, 11 Oct 2002, Marc Saric wrote:
> Hi all,
> Some time ago I asked if someone knows how the density-wizard in Pymol
> works, but did not get an answer, so I ask again! :-)
Persistence is sometimes necessary....
> I searched the archives for this, but found nothing (at least not under
> "wizard" and "density wizard"), therefore my question:
1. Load a map
2. Load a model structure
3. Activate the Density Wizard
4. Control-middle click to pick any atom in the model to get
the map drawn about it.
Each of the blue rows in the Wizard is a pop-up menu.
You can select multiple or different maps to be displayed at different
levels as you traverse the model.
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