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Re: [ccp4bb] How to show density map in pymol?

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Subject: Re: How to show density map in pymol?
From: Daniel Schlieper daniel {- dot -} schlieper {- at -} TUXOMANIA {- dot -} NET
Date: 2007-10-31

Dear Yang Li,

to quote from Stefan Schmelz's post on this topic:

"Date: Mon, 29 Oct 2007 08:40:42 +0000
From: Stefan Schmelz
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Subject: Re: [ccp4bb] pymol help

Dear Yanming,

To show "pretty" density of a model you have to import a ccp4 density map
and display it around your ligand. The simplest solution is using ccp4 and
tick the box "Generate weighted difference maps files in CCP4 format" when
running Refmac5 (one or two cycles are enough). Specify names for FWT
and DelFwt maps and rename the maps afterwards to *.ccp4. This renamed map
(e.g. fwt.ccp4) can be opened in pymol. [...]"

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On Wed, 31 Oct 2007, yang li wrote:

> Hi All,
> If I want to show the density map in pymol--like coot open mtz file--,
> what format should I use?
> It seems pymol doesnot recognise the mtz format .
>
> Thanks!
>




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