[Chimera-users] Command-line equivalents of interative action
J.R.J.Healey at warwick.ac.uk
Thu Jul 13 03:40:23 PDT 2017
Hi Chimera Team,
I've been following this great tutorial:
To render a structure by conservation. I'd like to run this non-interactively for a number of proteins though. Could you tell me what the python or 'chimera code' equivalents would be?
For instance, I would provide a structure (or structures in a session) and MSA in fasta format already, so without interactive menus I'd like to:
1. Open the structure(s) and MSA
2. get the conservation from MultAlign (the actual conservation metric doesn't particularly matter to me at the moment)
3. Render any open models by conservation, say using the cyan-maroon colour scale
4. Additionall depict as smooth worms with defined min and max radii
If this is possible!
M.Sc. B.Sc. (Hons) MSRB
MOAC CDT, Senate House
University of Warwick
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