[Chimera-users] command line zone selection?
kvaughan at bc.cc.ca.us
Sat Dec 30 10:43:59 PST 2006
On Saturday 30 December 2006 10:09, you wrote:
> On Sat, 30 Dec 2006, Kenward Vaughan wrote:
> > I'm putting together a demo for my students this next semester, and
> > was hoping to be able to do a zone selection about the ligand. Is
> > this possible with the command line? I haven't been able to pull
> > out a reference for such, yet.
> > Certainly I could pull together the list of residues myself, but
> > thought it'd be nice to have the command available. Some students
> > might like to create a demo file for their reports, and this would
> > become a pivotal tool for a subset of those.
> > If not directly available, then a wishlist addition, perhaps?
> > Something like:
> > zonesel [within|beyond] [+/- angstroms] [atom-spec]
> > where the sign of the angstrom value denotes whether to include (+)
> > or exclude (-) the atoms in atom-spec.
> Take a look at the Atom Specification documentation in the subsection
> on Zones. So:
> display ligand z<5
> Will display all of the residues that are less than 5 angstroms from
> the ligand.
> - Greg
Ah. That was too easy! I obviously didn't go deep enough into that
section. :( Many thanks, Greg!
Dr. Kenward Vaughan `:,'~~~~~
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