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| [[ResDe]] is a suite of programs designed to assist crystallographers in defining user defined hydrogen bond distance restraints, which can be helpful when refining low-resolution structures.
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| [https://pymol.org PyMOL v2.5 has been released] on May 10, 2021.
 
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| See [[BiologicalUnit]], for a workaround to the buggy [[Symexp]] command or if you just want to learn more about symmetry expansion in PyMOL.
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| See [[Supercell]], the new script for making XxYxZ supercells.
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| [https://pymol.org/fellowship New PyMOL fellows announced for 2018-2019]
 
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| See [[Split_Object_Along_Axis]], for a script that allows one to select a bond, and then generate 2 selections: one for the selection of all atoms that are on one side of this bond, and the other selection for the atoms on the other side of the bond.
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| See [[Consistent_View/_Map_Inspect]], which is a toolkit for rapidly inspecting multiple maps and models.
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! Selection keywords
| The underlying servers upon which the PyMOLWiki runs were upgraded over the weekend. We are now fully functional. A '''deep''' thanks to [http://www.bitgnome.net BitGnome] for donating time and hardware for the PyMOL project.
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| New [[Selection Algebra|polymer.protein and polymer.nucleic]] selection keywords. Thanks everyone who participated in the [https://goo.gl/forms/r0Ck03VTytZQxN4A2 poll]!
 
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| [[Fetch_Host]] has been added to allow users to download PDBs from their PDB server (pdb, pdb euro, or pdb japan) of choice.
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| [[MOLE 2.0: advanced approach for analysis of biomacromolecular channels|MOLE 2.5]] is an updated version of channel analysis software in PyMOL
 
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! Schrodinger Buys PyMOL
 
| Schrodinger has purchased PyMOL.  Development, support and open-source fun to continue!  Read about the [http://www.schrodinger.com/news/47/ sale].
 
 
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| One of our users has posted another [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eQWw6x3fLF0 interesting movie], images from which were created with PyMOL. 
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| See [[Older_News|Older News]].
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! New setting
 
| [[surface_cavity_mode]] to change how PyMOL displays cavities.
 
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! Search fixed.
 
| Thanks to a eagle-eyed user, our search has been fixed.  Please let us know if you have any search-related problems.
 
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! New Command
 
| [[Cache]]—stores information on structures, so we don't have to recompute them.
 
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! Warren
 
| News about Warren DeLano's passing may be read on [[Warren|Warren's memorial page]].
 
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! Setting
 
| [[Fetch_Path]]—Sets the default path for the [[fetch]] command.
 
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| [[SelInside]]—Creates a custom selection of all atoms spatially inside some user-defined box.
 
 
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Latest revision as of 12:11, 10 May 2021

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Welcome to the PyMOL Wiki!
The community-run support site for the PyMOL molecular viewer.
To request a new account, email SBGrid at: accounts (@) sbgrid dot org
Quick Links
Tutorials Table of Contents Commands
Script Library Plugins FAQ
Gallery | Covers PyMOL Cheat Sheet (PDF) Getting Help
News & Updates
Official Release PyMOL v2.5 has been released on May 10, 2021.
Python 3 New Python 3 compatibility guide for scripts and plugins
POSF New PyMOL fellows announced for 2018-2019
Tutorial Plugins Tutorial updated for PyQt5
New Plugin PICv is a new plugin for clustering protein-protein interactions and visualization with available data from PDBe
Selection keywords New polymer.protein and polymer.nucleic selection keywords. Thanks everyone who participated in the poll!
Plugin Update MOLE 2.5 is an updated version of channel analysis software in PyMOL
New Script dssr_block is a wrapper for DSSR (3dna) and creates block-shaped nucleic acid cartoons
Older News See Older News.
Did you know...

Save

save writes selected atoms to a file.

Details

  • The file format is autodetected if the extension is .pdb, .pqr, .mol, .sdf, .pkl, .pkla, .mmd, .out, .dat, .mmod, .pmo, .pov, .png, .pse, .psw, .aln, .fasta, .obj, .mtl, .wrl, .idtf, .dae, or .mol2.
  • If the file extension is ".pse" (PyMOL Session), the complete PyMOL state is always saved to the file (the selection and state parameters are thus ignored).
  • CLUSTALW formatted alignments can be written by PyMOL as well. Once you perform an alignment like the following,
align proteinA, proteinB, object=A_on_B
the alignment can be written using:
save A_aligned_with_B.aln, A_on_B

USAGE

save file [,(selection) [,state [,format]] ]

EXAMPLES

# save only the alpha carbons
save onlyCAs.pdb, n. CA

# save my MD trajectory file to disk
save myTraj.pdb, myMDTrajectory, state=0

# save a PyMOL session
save thisSession.pse

===PYMOL ..→

A Random PyMOL-generated Cover. See Covers.