[phenixbb] Combine map labels

Edwin Pozharski epozh001 at umaryland.edu
Fri Sep 21 06:13:18 PDT 2012

Not a trivial undertaking, but it can be done.  After all, CNS composite 
omit map does output (optionally) the map coefficients. The way it is 
done there is by doing fourier transform on the output map.  So, you can 
do something along these lines

1. Calculate electron density maps from each of your truncated models.
2. Generate masks for each of your truncated models on the same grid.
3. Combine maps with corresponding masks.
4. Combine all the resulting masked maps.
5. Calculate structure factors from the resulting composite map.

There are definitely programs out there (sfall, mapman, etc) that you 
can use top accomplish this.  This would be a great learning experience 
for you, however if you are more of a practical person and simply want 
to get that final map asap, you are probably better off rerunning your 
composite omit map calculation using one of the following tools




On 09/21/2012 06:03 AM, Mikalai Lapkouski wrote:
> Hello,
>     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 
> Thank you very much for any suggestion
> Mikalai
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