[Chimera-users] Splitting surfnet surfaces and calculate enclosedvolume.
jeandidier.marechal at uab.es
Thu Mar 27 10:34:42 PDT 2008
Great! Both answers have been useful!
Just two small questions:
1. Is it possible to call for an accelerator from the python shell using
2. Could I rename the individual surfaces?
On Wed, 2008-03-26 at 12:04 -0700, Tom Goddard wrote:
> Hi JD,
> You can split the surfnet surface into separate selectable pieces by
> selecting the whole surface (ctrl-left-button) then using keyboard
> shortcut "Sc" (split connected pieces). You have to enable keyboard
> shortcuts with menu entry Tools / General Controls / Accelerators On.
> After this you can select individual pieces and measure their volumes
> with the "mv" shortcut. You can select all of the pieces and use "mv"
> to get a list of volumes for all the pieces. "ma" lists areas. Each
> piece is numbered and you that number will be shown in a pop-up if you
> the mouse over it.
> You can run the measure volumes shortcut (mv) from Python code using:
> import MeasureVolume
> This code is in your Chimera distribution in
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