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= Example =
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Here's a practical example. We grab two proteins and their density maps. We then align one to the other and then use matrix_copy to move over the density map:
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# fetch two proteins and their maps
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fetch 1rx1 3dau, async=0
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fetch 1rx1 3dau, type=2fofc, async=0
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# align them proteins
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align 1rx1, 3dau
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# copy 1rx1's matrix to 1rx1_2fofc
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# it's density map
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matrix_copy 1rx1, 1rx1_2fofc
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# show the result
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enable *
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show extent, *2fofc
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= Example =
 
= Example =

Revision as of 02:29, 26 August 2011

Matrix_copy copies the object matrix from one object to another.

This command is often used after a protein structure alignment to bring other related objects into the same frame of reference.

Usage

matrix_copy source_name, target_name

Example

Here's a practical example. We grab two proteins and their density maps. We then align one to the other and then use matrix_copy to move over the density map:

# fetch two proteins and their maps

fetch 1rx1 3dau, async=0
fetch 1rx1 3dau, type=2fofc, async=0

# align them proteins

align 1rx1, 3dau

# copy 1rx1's matrix to 1rx1_2fofc
# it's density map

matrix_copy 1rx1, 1rx1_2fofc

# show the result

enable *
show extent, *2fofc


Example

# load two molecules
load mol1.pdb
load mol2.pdb

# load their maps
load map1.ccp4
load map2.ccp4

# align the two molecules
align mol2////CA, mol1////CA

# copy mol2's map to mol2
matrix_copy mol2, map2

# show the isomesh
isomesh mesh1, map1
isomesh mesh2, map2

See Also

Object Matrix Matrix_reset, align, fit, and pair_fit.