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===DESCRIPTION===
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'''get_model''' returns a model object.
 
'''get_model''' returns a model object.
  
 
===PYMOL API===
 
===PYMOL API===
 
<source lang="python">
 
<source lang="python">
cmd.get_model(string "selection" )
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cmd.get_model(string "selection", integer "state" )
 
</source>
 
</source>
  
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atoms = cmd.get_model("chain A")
 
atoms = cmd.get_model("chain A")
 
for at in atoms.atom:
 
for at in atoms.atom:
     print "ATOM DEFINITION: "+at.chain+" "\
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     print("ATOM DEFINITION: "+at.chain+" "\
 
                             +at.resn+" "\
 
                             +at.resn+" "\
 
                             +str(at.resi)+" "\
 
                             +str(at.resi)+" "\
 
                             +at.name+" "\
 
                             +at.name+" "\
 
                             +str(at.index)+" "\
 
                             +str(at.index)+" "\
                             +at.b+" "\
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                             +"%.2f " % (at.b)\
 
                             +str(at.coord[0])+" "\
 
                             +str(at.coord[0])+" "\
 
                             +str(at.coord[1])+" "\
 
                             +str(at.coord[1])+" "\
                             +str(at.coord[2])  
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                             +str(at.coord[2]))
 
</source>
 
</source>
  
 
===SEE ALSO===
 
===SEE ALSO===
 
[[Category:Commands|Get Model]]
 
[[Category:Commands|Get Model]]

Latest revision as of 01:27, 22 March 2019

get_model returns a model object.

PYMOL API

cmd.get_model(string "selection", integer "state" )

USAGE

cmd.get_model("chain A")

NOTES

It can be useful to loop through all the atoms of a selection (rather than using the iterate command)

atoms = cmd.get_model("chain A")
for at in atoms.atom:
    print("ATOM DEFINITION: "+at.chain+" "\
                             +at.resn+" "\
                             +str(at.resi)+" "\
                             +at.name+" "\
                             +str(at.index)+" "\
                             +"%.2f " % (at.b)\
                             +str(at.coord[0])+" "\
                             +str(at.coord[1])+" "\
                             +str(at.coord[2]))

SEE ALSO