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Revision as of 18:36, 4 January 2016

Welcome to the PyMOL Wiki!
The community-run support site for the PyMOL molecular viewer.
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Quick Links
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Script Library Plugins FAQ
Gallery | Covers PyMOL Cheat Sheet (PDF) Getting Help
News & Updates
New Plugin LiSiCA is a new plugin for 2D and 3D ligand based virtual screening using a fast maximum clique algorithm.
Official Release PyMOL v1.8.0 has been released on Nov 18, 2015.
PyMOL Open-Source Fellowship Schrödinger is now accepting applications for the PyMOL Open-Source Fellowship program! Details on http://pymol.org/fellowship
Official Release PyMOL, AxPyMOL, and JyMOL v1.7.6 have all been released on May 4, 2015.
New Plugin PyANM is a new plugin for easier Anisotropic Network Model (ANM) building and visualising in PyMOL.
New Plugin Bondpack is a collection of PyMOL plugins for easy visualization of atomic bonds.
New Plugin MOLE 2.0 is a new plugin for rapid analysis of biomacromolecular channels in PyMOL.
3D using Geforce PyMOL can now be visualized in 3D using Nvidia GeForce video cards (series 400+) with 120Hz monitors and Nvidia 3D Vision, this was previously only possible with Quadro video cards.
Older News See Older News.
Did you know...

Get Extent

get_extent returns the minimum and maximum XYZ coordinates of a selection as an array:

[ [ min-X , min-Y , min-Z ],[ max-X, max-Y , max-Z ]]

Typing this command returns the coordinates for all atoms. To return the coordinates of the default selection type:

get_extent sele

PYMOL API

cmd.get_extent(string selection="(all)", state=0 )
A Random PyMOL-generated Cover. See Covers.