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Re: [ccp4bb]: Printing diffraction images
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On Mon, 27 Nov 2000, Dr.V.Dhanaraj wrote:
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> Hi Mischa,
> Have you tried using 'ipdisp' of CCP4 suite? This has an option to
> print PostScript files and it has provisions for adding image
> information and comments.
>> Hi y'all!
>> Does anyone have a jiffy that reads in diffraction images (R-AXIS IV,
>> MAR, etc.) and converts them into TIFF, PostScript, etc. for
>> convenient printing? I am fed up with having to take a lousy screen
>> shot (that I have to manipulate even further, sigh) when I want to
>> show non-structural-biologists how their crystals diffract. Ideally,
>> such a jiffy would allow specifying the beam center, distance and
>> wavelength to draw resolution circles.
>> Anyone else fed up as well, or am I just lazy (I know that I am)?
If you run the normal, everyday version of MOSFLM with the graphics
interface, if you look very carefully you will see a small button above
the image display labelled 'PS'. Click on it and follow the dialogue that
comes up on the display...
Sorry, it only does PostScript.
Dr Harry Powell, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, MRC Centre, Hills
Road, Cambridge, CB2 2QH