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Re: [ccp4bb]: Viewer with backdrop image?
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I am not sure what you mean by 'backdrop', but if this a projection of a
protein of which you have a structure file, you can use grasp by moving
that structure to the back and rotating your molecule on top of it. I
don't know how you get the rotation matrix, but if you rotate it from the
command line (like 'zr=20' etc) you can simply add up all the lines.
Everyone has a scheme that will not work.
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On Thu, 20 Mar 2003, Ditlev Brodersen wrote:
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> let me clarify: What I need is a program that will let me rotate a
> molecular interactively on top of a fixed 2D backdrop. I don't need to
> make a figure, this is for orientation purposes. I would then like to
> read out the orientation matrix, but I know that this can be done in
> PyMol using the get_view command.
> -- Ditlev
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