[phenixbb] Converting .mtz to xplor or having phenix output to xplor file
Samuel.Stampfer at tufts.edu
Tue Oct 27 15:54:08 PDT 2009
Thanks- got it working! I used #2 (redid the refinement).
On Tue, Oct 27, 2009 at 5:54 PM, Nathaniel Echols <NEchols at lbl.gov> wrote:
> On Oct 27, 2009, at 2:28 PM, Sam Stampfer wrote:
> > This isn't exactly phenix-related but someone might know an easy
> > solution. I'm trying to open an electron density map in pymol. It
> > won't open .mtz files and the .xplor files I generated from ccp4i
> > don't seem to work either. I need to have my density as a .xplor
> > file in order for pymol to open it (I think). How would I generate
> > a .xplor file from .mtz? Or, alternately, how can I set phenix to
> > output a .xplor file? I've had it output to a cns file instead
> > of .mtz but that didn't help me get it in .xplor format.
> Several solutions:
> 1) phenix.create_maps
> 2) output.write_maps=True in phenix.refine will generate XPLOR maps.
> 3) In the GUI, it should create the XPLOR maps on the fly if you click
> one of the "Open in PyMOL" buttons.
> Since most of the necessary code is already floating around, I don't
> mind creating a utility for simply converting map coefficients, if
> people would find this useful, but unfortunately we don't have the
> ability to write CCP4-format maps yet.
> One thing to make sure of is that PyMOL is recognizing the input
> format correctly - sometimes you need to explicitly state this:
> PyMOL> load 2fofc.xplor, format=xplor
> Nathaniel Echols
> Lawrence Berkeley Lab
> NEchols at lbl.gov
> phenixbb mailing list
> phenixbb at phenix-online.org
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the phenixbb