PyMOL can certainly color surfaces by atom color and other properties.

   show surface
   color green, elem c
   color violet, elem n+o 

But Grasp's hydrophobicity function may be doing something more
sophisticated then that...


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> Subject: [PyMOL] molecular surface colored by hydrophobicity
> Dear all,
> I am preparing a figure of a molecualr surface, colored by 
> the hydrophobicity of surface residues. Can pymol do this job? 
> How about showing atom C* in a color, and N* and O* in another color?
> In fact I have tried GRASP but failed in coloring the 
> surface. I used "r=hyd", but could not color the surface of 
> those redisues. This is an old version of grasp (1.0?). I am 
> not familiar with this program. If anybody can tell me the 
> correct way of doing it in grasp, it will also be greatly appreciated.
> Rongjin Guan
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