[Chimera-users] Copy a pdb display configuration to another pdb model
xianganl at bcm.tmc.edu
Tue Mar 10 12:34:50 PDT 2009
Tom,Thank for your quick response.
I have 420 pdb files for icosahedron T=7 virus capsid. All the file names is
the same as the ones in previous session file. Is it possible to do it with
one command? If I load all the 840 pdb files into chimera, it will be very
slow and even crash my computer.
Is it possible to do it without loading into Chimera?
Again, thank you for implementing these commands.
On Tue, Mar 10, 2009 at 1:51 PM, Tom Goddard <goddard at cgl.ucsf.edu> wrote:
> Hi Xiangan,
> I've added a new Chimera command "mcopy" to copy colors, display styles,
> coordinates and other settings from one molecule to another.
> mcopy #0 #1
> will copy the colors, display styles (ribbon, stick, sphere, ...), and
> visibility (which atoms/residues shown) from molecule #0 to molecule #1.
> To copy other attributes such as atom coordinates, molecule placement
> (transform), or labels use the "settings" option:
> mcopy #0 #1 settings lxp
> copies just atom/residue labels, atomic coordinates and placement. The
> recognized settings are: c = color, s = style, v = visibilty, l = labels, x
> = coords, p = placement, a = all. The default is "csv".
> This command will be in tonight's Chimera builds.
> Xiangan Liu wrote:
>> I asked you a question in BPS meeting regarding the implementation of
>> copying a display configuration of a pdb file to anoth pdb with the same
>> sequences. Did you get chance to implement it into chimera daily release? If
>> yes, what is the command. If not, can you send me the corresponding python
>> codes to me?
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