Hello ccp4 & phenix BB members,

I would like to view the intensity-weighted reciprocal lattice for several data 
sets that I have collected. (The data have been indexed, integrated and scaled 
with Denzo and Scalepack.) I was wondering if anyone could offer some advice on 
what might be the best and/or most practical way to do this?

I know that there are several programs out there that can generate sections 
(i.e. 0,k,l) of the reciprocal lattice, such as LABELIT and xrayplot. Are there 
any other options for doing this, perhaps within ccp4 and/or phenix? I once saw 
someone give a presentation and they had a little video that showed a three 
dimensional section of the reciprocal lattice rocking back and forth, which was 
really cool. I liked this because I felt like it gave a much more holistic 
representation as opposed to viewing a bunch of individual sections. I don't 
know if there is an easy way to do this, or if this person somehow managed to 
create this 3D depiction from a series of sections.

Any tips or recommendations would be appreciated.



Michael C. Thompson

Graduate Student

Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Division

Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry

University of California, Los Angeles


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