RE: [PyMOL] Swissprot

2004-10-20 Thread Warren DeLano
: [PyMOL] Swissprot Hello List, I'm trying to make a plugin which will load various features from a swissprot entry onto a model loaded in PyMol but need to know a few things such as: Where are the sequences of the models stored in pymol and how do I retrieve them? Are these taken

[PyMOL] Swissprot

2004-10-18 Thread Jules Jacobsen
Hello List, I'm trying to make a plugin which will load various features from a swissprot entry onto a model loaded in PyMol but need to know a few things such as: Where are the sequences of the models stored in pymol and how do I retrieve them? Are these taken from the ATOM or SEQRES

Re: [PyMOL] Swissprot

2004-10-18 Thread Filipe Maia
Is there a PDB parser class somewhere for reading in the PDB files? layer2/ObjectMolecule2.c:ObjectMoleculePDBStr2CoordSet() is probably a good place to start. -- All generalizations are false, including this one. -- Mark Twain

Re: [PyMOL] Swissprot

2004-10-18 Thread Charles Moad
I think you want to avoid the c files. Look at the pdb loader plugin I wrote: http://euclid.uits.iupui.edu/~cmoad/pymolPlugins/remote_pdb_load.py Specifically, one clean way to load a pdb is: cmd.read_pdbstr(pdbString, label) There is also a command for loading from a file. - Charlie On