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Jump

Type Python Script
Download jump.py
Author(s) Sean M. Law
License -
This code has been put under version control in the project Pymol-script-repo

Description

In the case of movies or simulation trajectories, it is often useful to quickly jump between different frames but not necessarily in any order. This script allows the user to specify a list of frames and flipping through the set of frames is controlled by a user-defined keystroke (limited to those available through the Set Key command). This script is a nice tool for identifying different protein states from a simulation and can be used in conjunction with the Modevectors script in a very useful way by first characterizing the directionality of the movements (using Modevectors) and then visualizing the change directly using this script.

Note: This script also requires the Check Key script!


Usage

load the script using the run command

jump [frame1 [,...frameN [,sleep=0.1 [,x=1 [,key='pgdn']]]]]

Example

<source lang="python"> ju ..→

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