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= Overview =
 
= Overview =
 
PyMOL can convert to formats (vrml2 and idtf) that can be converted to a [[:File:Pymol.pdf|3D PDF]] (will not work with most PDF browser plugins; must be downloaded and viewed with certain viewers liked Adobe Acrobat 9.2+).
 
PyMOL can convert to formats (vrml2 and idtf) that can be converted to a [[:File:Pymol.pdf|3D PDF]] (will not work with most PDF browser plugins; must be downloaded and viewed with certain viewers liked Adobe Acrobat 9.2+).
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'''Note'''. The figure is only represented in cartoon format. No sticks yet...
  
 
== Requirements ==
 
== Requirements ==
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copy this line into the pymol.tex file overwriting the same line in the file.
 
copy this line into the pymol.tex file overwriting the same line in the file.
  
== Convert the IDTF to U3D ==  
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= Windows - Convert the IDTF to U3D =
# Download '''Universal 3D Sample Software - u3d converter - IDTF to U3D''', and extract to Desktop or C:\Program Files.<br>
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== Quick ==
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# Download '''Universal 3D Sample Software - u3d converter - IDTF to U3D''', and extract to Desktop<br>
 
# Navigate to the '''bin''' folder: \Desktop\U3D_A_061228_5\Bin\Win32\Release <br>
 
# Navigate to the '''bin''' folder: \Desktop\U3D_A_061228_5\Bin\Win32\Release <br>
 
# Copy '''pymol.idtf''' in here.
 
# Copy '''pymol.idtf''' in here.
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  IDTFConverter -input pymol.idtf -output pymol.u3d
 
  IDTFConverter -input pymol.idtf -output pymol.u3d
 
Copy the pymol.u3d into your LaTeX folder
 
Copy the pymol.u3d into your LaTeX folder
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== General ==
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# Download '''Universal 3D Sample Software - u3d converter - IDTF to U3D''', and extract to C:\Program Files (x86)\U3D_A_061228_5<br>
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# Make a '''IDTF2U3D.bat''' and afterwards copy to '''C:\Windows'''.
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<source lang="winbatch">
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@echo off
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rem -- Run IDTFConverter --
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set IDTF_EXE_DIR=C:\Program Files (x86)\U3D_A_061228_5\Bin\Win32\Release
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if exist "%IDTF_EXE_DIR%\IDTFConverter.exe" goto haveProg
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echo "%IDTF_EXE_DIR%\IDTFConverter.exe" not found
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goto eof
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:haveProg
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if .%1==. goto noarg
  
== LaTeX code ==
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"%IDTF_EXE_DIR%\IDTFConverter.exe" -input %1 -output %~n1.u3d
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goto eof
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:noarg
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echo no arguments given.
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echo IDTF2U3D pymol.idtf
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:eof
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echo Done
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</source>
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# Navigate to '''pymol.idtf'''. Right click, Open with..., Browse to: '''C:\Windows''' and select '''IDTF2U3D.bat'''
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Copy the pymol.u3d into your LaTeX folder
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= Linux install - Convert the IDTF to U3D=
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* Currently you have to compile the u3d converter on Linux. I did that with:
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* Some versions of Acrobat on Linux incorrectly parse the 3D data. Adobe knows about this and plans to fix it. Ironically, I created a 3D PDF on Linux but could only view it on Mac OS X.
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See current versions here: http://www2.iaas.msu.ru/tmp/u3d
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<source lang="bash">
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cd ~/Downloads/ ;
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wget http://www2.iaas.msu.ru/tmp/u3d/u3d-1.4.3.tar.gz ;
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tar -xzf u3d-1.4.3.tar.gz ;
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cd u3d-1.4.3 ;
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cmake . ;
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make ;
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chmod g+wx . ;
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set IDDIR=$PWD ;
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cat > IDTF2U3D << EOF
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#!/bin/tcsh
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set FOLD=\$PWD
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set IN=\$PWD/\$1
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cp -f \$IN $IDDIR
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cd $IDDIR
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./IDTFConverter -input \$1 -output \$1:r:t.u3d
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cp -f \$1:r:t.u3d \$FOLD/
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EOF
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chmod +x IDTF2U3D
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ln -s $PWD/IDTF2U3D ~/bin/IDTF2U3D
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</source>
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Then write in terminal
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IDTF2U3D pymol.idtf
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= LaTeX code =
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== LaTeX code pdf  ==
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Example [[:File:Pymol.pdf|3D PDF]]<br>
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Download Example, and open in acrobat reader: [http://www.fys.ku.dk/~tlinnet/1zqa.pdf 1zqa PDF]
 
* The following LaTeX code saved as "pymol.tex":
 
* The following LaTeX code saved as "pymol.tex":
 
<source lang="latex">
 
<source lang="latex">
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\end{document}
 
\end{document}
 
</source>
 
</source>
* Create the PDF using LaTeX:
 
  pdflatex pymol.tex
 
  
== Caveats ==
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== LaTeX beamer presentation ==
* Currently you have to compile the u3d converter on Linux. I did that with:
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Download Example, and open in acrobat reader: [http://www.fys.ku.dk/~tlinnet/beamer.pdf beamer PDF] <br>
<source lang="bash">
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Download Example, and open in acrobat reader: [http://www.fys.ku.dk/~tlinnet/beamer_1zqa.pdf beamer 1zqa PDF]
cmake .
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<source lang="latex">
make
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\documentclass{beamer}
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\usepackage[3D]{movie15}
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\usepackage[UKenglish]{babel}
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%% See: http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX/Presentations
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%% See: http://www.hartwork.org/beamer-theme-matrix/
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\usetheme{Copenhagen}
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\usecolortheme{beaver}
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\begin{document}
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\title{Simple Beamer Class} 
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\author{Troels Linnet}
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\date{\today}
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\frame{\titlepage}
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\frame{\frametitle{Table of contents}\tableofcontents}
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\section{3D object}
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\frame{\frametitle{Pymol 3D object}
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\begin{figure}[!htb]
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\centering
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\includemovie[
 +
poster,
 +
toolbar, %same as `controls'
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label=pymol.ud3
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text=(pymol.u3d),
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3Dlights=CAD,
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% replace the next line with what PyMOL output
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3Daac=20.0, 3Droll=0, 3Dc2c=0 0 1, 3Droo=243.39, 3Dcoo=0 0 -243.39
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]{10cm}{6cm}{pymol.u3d}
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\caption{A PyMOL object embedded in PDF, using U3D data format.}
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\label{pym:ex3d}
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\end{figure}
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}
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\section{Lists}
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\subsection{Lists I}
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\frame{\frametitle{Unnumbered lists}
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\begin{block}{My bloc}
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test of bloc
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\end{block}
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\begin{itemize}
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\item Introduction to  \LaTeX 
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\item Beamer class
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\end{itemize}
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}
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\end{document}
 
</source>
 
</source>
which created "IDTFConverter" that I used above.
 
  
== Linux install ==
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* Create the PDF using LaTeX:
unzip U3D_A_061228_5.zip
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  pdflatex pymol.tex
cd ~/Downloads/U3D_A_061228_5/Bin/Win32/Release/
 
chmod +x IDTFConverter.exe
 
alias IDTFConverter $PWD/IDTFConverter.exe
 
 
 
* Some versions of Acrobat on Linux incorrectly parse the 3D data. Adobe knows about this and plans to fix it. Ironically, I created a 3D PDF on Linux but could only view it on Mac OS X.
 
  
== More on 3D PDFs ==
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= More on 3D PDFs =
 
* [http://www.adobe.com/manufacturing/3dpdfsamples/3dsolutions/ 3D PDFs at Adobe]
 
* [http://www.adobe.com/manufacturing/3dpdfsamples/3dsolutions/ 3D PDFs at Adobe]
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* [http://molecularmodelingbasics.blogspot.dk/2009/12/future-of-scientific-publishing-is-here.html Future of scientific publishing]
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* [http://jpswalsh.com/how-to-embed-a-3d-molecule-in-a-pdf/ Instructions for Jmol]
  
 
== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==

Latest revision as of 12:17, 14 May 2015

Overview

PyMOL can convert to formats (vrml2 and idtf) that can be converted to a 3D PDF (will not work with most PDF browser plugins; must be downloaded and viewed with certain viewers liked Adobe Acrobat 9.2+).

Note. The figure is only represented in cartoon format. No sticks yet...

Requirements

Get IDFT file from PyMOL

  • Save your molecule to an IDTF file in PyMOL:
save pymol.idtf, *

PyMOL will print a line that looks like:

 3Daac=20.0, 3Droll=0, 3Dc2c=0 0 1, 3Droo=62.45, 3Dcoo=0 0 -62.45

copy this line into the pymol.tex file overwriting the same line in the file.

Windows - Convert the IDTF to U3D

Quick

  1. Download Universal 3D Sample Software - u3d converter - IDTF to U3D, and extract to Desktop
  2. Navigate to the bin folder: \Desktop\U3D_A_061228_5\Bin\Win32\Release
  3. Copy pymol.idtf in here.
  4. Hold shift key, right click in folder, click Open command window here.

Then copy this inot command window:

IDTFConverter -input pymol.idtf -output pymol.u3d

Copy the pymol.u3d into your LaTeX folder

General

  1. Download Universal 3D Sample Software - u3d converter - IDTF to U3D, and extract to C:\Program Files (x86)\U3D_A_061228_5
  2. Make a IDTF2U3D.bat and afterwards copy to C:\Windows.
@echo off
rem -- Run IDTFConverter --
set IDTF_EXE_DIR=C:\Program Files (x86)\U3D_A_061228_5\Bin\Win32\Release

if exist "%IDTF_EXE_DIR%\IDTFConverter.exe" goto haveProg
echo "%IDTF_EXE_DIR%\IDTFConverter.exe" not found
goto eof

:haveProg
if .%1==. goto noarg

"%IDTF_EXE_DIR%\IDTFConverter.exe" -input %1 -output %~n1.u3d 
goto eof

:noarg
echo no arguments given.
echo IDTF2U3D pymol.idtf

:eof
echo Done
  1. Navigate to pymol.idtf. Right click, Open with..., Browse to: C:\Windows and select IDTF2U3D.bat

Copy the pymol.u3d into your LaTeX folder

Linux install - Convert the IDTF to U3D

  • Currently you have to compile the u3d converter on Linux. I did that with:
  • Some versions of Acrobat on Linux incorrectly parse the 3D data. Adobe knows about this and plans to fix it. Ironically, I created a 3D PDF on Linux but could only view it on Mac OS X.

See current versions here: http://www2.iaas.msu.ru/tmp/u3d

cd ~/Downloads/ ;
wget http://www2.iaas.msu.ru/tmp/u3d/u3d-1.4.3.tar.gz ;
tar -xzf u3d-1.4.3.tar.gz ;
cd u3d-1.4.3 ;
cmake . ;
make ;
chmod g+wx . ;
set IDDIR=$PWD ;

cat > IDTF2U3D << EOF
#!/bin/tcsh
set FOLD=\$PWD
set IN=\$PWD/\$1
cp -f \$IN $IDDIR
cd $IDDIR
./IDTFConverter -input \$1 -output \$1:r:t.u3d
cp -f \$1:r:t.u3d \$FOLD/
EOF

chmod +x IDTF2U3D

ln -s $PWD/IDTF2U3D ~/bin/IDTF2U3D

Then write in terminal

IDTF2U3D pymol.idtf

LaTeX code

LaTeX code pdf

Example 3D PDF
Download Example, and open in acrobat reader: 1zqa PDF

  • The following LaTeX code saved as "pymol.tex":
\documentclass[a4paper]{article}
\usepackage[3D]{movie15}
\usepackage[UKenglish]{babel}
\usepackage[colorlinks=true]{hyperref} 
\begin{document}
\title{PyMOL 3D Objects in PDF}
\author{Jason Vertrees}
\maketitle
\begin{figure}[!htb]
\centering
\includemovie[
poster,
toolbar, %same as `controls'
label=pymol.ud3
text=(pymol.u3d),
3Dlights=CAD,
% replace the next line with what PyMOL output
3Daac=20.0, 3Droll=0, 3Dc2c=0 0 1, 3Droo=243.39, 3Dcoo=0 0 -243.39
]{\linewidth}{\linewidth}{pymol.u3d}
\caption{A PyMOL object embedded in PDF, using U3D data format.}
\label{pym:ex3d}
\end{figure}
\end{document}

LaTeX beamer presentation

Download Example, and open in acrobat reader: beamer PDF
Download Example, and open in acrobat reader: beamer 1zqa PDF

\documentclass{beamer}
\usepackage[3D]{movie15}
\usepackage[UKenglish]{babel}

%% See: http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX/Presentations
%% See: http://www.hartwork.org/beamer-theme-matrix/
\usetheme{Copenhagen} 
\usecolortheme{beaver}

\begin{document}
\title{Simple Beamer Class}   
\author{Troels Linnet} 
\date{\today} 
\frame{\titlepage} 
\frame{\frametitle{Table of contents}\tableofcontents} 

\section{3D object} 
\frame{\frametitle{Pymol 3D object}
\begin{figure}[!htb]
\centering
\includemovie[
poster,
toolbar, %same as `controls'
label=pymol.ud3
text=(pymol.u3d),
3Dlights=CAD,
% replace the next line with what PyMOL output
3Daac=20.0, 3Droll=0, 3Dc2c=0 0 1, 3Droo=243.39, 3Dcoo=0 0 -243.39
]{10cm}{6cm}{pymol.u3d}
\caption{A PyMOL object embedded in PDF, using U3D data format.}
\label{pym:ex3d}
\end{figure}
}

\section{Lists}
\subsection{Lists I}
\frame{\frametitle{Unnumbered lists}
\begin{block}{My bloc}
test of bloc
\end{block}

\begin{itemize}
\item Introduction to  \LaTeX  
\item Beamer class
\end{itemize} 
}

\end{document}
  • Create the PDF using LaTeX:
 pdflatex pymol.tex

More on 3D PDFs

See Also