[phenixbb] Combine map labels

Randy Read rjr27 at cam.ac.uk
Fri Sep 21 05:34:49 PDT 2012

In any case, there's no easy way to tell an FFT program to use different sets of labels for different parts of the map.

But you can probably do something close to what you want by computing a composite omit map in AutoBuild.

Randy Read

On 21 Sep 2012, at 12:37, Nathaniel Echols wrote:

> On Fri, Sep 21, 2012 at 3:03 AM, Mikalai Lapkouski <gort105 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>    I have a following question.
>>    I have generated several Fo-Fc sa omit maps (FOFCWT, PHFOFCWT) for
>> different portions of a DNA molecule. Now that I have each omit map as a
>> separate file to display the whole DNA omit map I have to load them in coot
>> one by one. Is there a way of how to combine all this maps into one file and
>> have a single name for label columns so that the whole map will open at
>> once?
>> I managed to put them all in one file but column labels are  separate:
>> FOFCWT_1, PHFOFCWT_1   FOFCWT_2, PHFOFCWT_2......  Can they all go under
> No, one of the limitations of the MTZ format is that column labels
> must be unique.
> -Nat
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