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Spectrum states

Type Python Module
Download spectrum_states.py
Author(s) Takanori Nakane and Thomas Holder
License BSD-2-Clause
This code has been put under version control in the project Pymol-script-repo

Included in psico
This command or function is available from psico, which is a PyMOL extension.

Module psico.viewing

spectrum_states colors each state in a multi-state object different. Colors are along a user defined palette, just like with the spectrumany command.

Usage

spectrum_states [ selection [, representations [, color_list ]]]

Example

import spectrum_states

# fetch a morph from molmovdb.org
load http://molmovdb.org/uploads/284066-6299/movie.pdb.gz

# show ribbon in all states
as ribbon
set all_states

# color states from dark gray to red
spectrum_states *, ribbon, gray20 orange red

See Also

A Random PyMOL-generated Cover. See Covers.