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PostPosted: 2016.09.27 19:42 
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Hi,
i know the DAMMIN gives the dummy atoms model when you do the ab inito modeling,
but i often see a different representation of the model, something like EM map.i don't know
how to generate the model, i found a photo ,can you help me to figure it out? thanks in advance.


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 Post subject: generate surface
PostPosted: 2016.10.06 14:31 
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Check this post.
If you use PyMOL - try to set solvent_radius in surface representation (careful, it may crash if the radius is too large).


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 Post subject: Re: generate surface
PostPosted: 2016.10.06 17:16 
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AL wrote:
Check this post.
If you use PyMOL - try to set solvent_radius in surface representation (careful, it may crash if the radius is too large).

Thanks a lot, i will read it carefully.


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 Post subject: DAMMIF models in Chimera
PostPosted: 2016.10.07 09:46 
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Here is a post on visualising dummy atom models in UCSF Chimera.


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