[Chimera-users] Fwd: Showing more than a single centroid trace

Eric Pettersen pett at cgl.ucsf.edu
Mon Aug 22 15:13:31 PDT 2011

On Aug 20, 2011, at 7:59 AM, Francesco Pietra wrote:

> There is still a problem that had previously escaped my attention.
> I.e., after the centroid sequence is obtained for model 0 and residue
> 1, I run the movie for model 1 and residue 2. That's OK, however the
> second series of centroids starts with progressive number where the
> first one had ended plus one (if the first series was 1-250, the
> second series starts from 251). This means that the first part of
> centroids for model 1 (corresponding to the centroids for model 0,
> i.e., 250) is not shown.

Sorry, I don't even understand this.  Are you saying that if you bring  
up the Centroids tool (Tools->Structure Analysis->Axes/Planes/ 
Centroids) that in the "shown" column some of the centroids have that  
checkbox unchecked?  If not, what do you mean by "not shown"?  Are you  
saying that you aren't showing model 0, but do want to show the  
centroids for model 0?  Give me more information so I'm not guessing  

I set the Reply-To for this mail just to me and Elaine since I don't  
think this discussion is really relevant to anyone else on chimera- 


> I used
> define centroid radius ... color ... #modelnumber:residuename  
> & :residuenumber
> where the residuename is the same for the two series of centroids.
> Can the command be modified so that both complete series of  
> centroids is shown?

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