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mset 1        // simplest case, one state -> one frame
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mset 1        // simplest case, one state -> one frame
mset 1 x10    // ten frames, all corresponding to state 1
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mset 1 x10    // ten frames, all corresponding to state 1
mset 1 x30 1 -15 15 x30 15 -1
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mset 1 x30 1 -15 15 x30 15 -1
  // more realistic example:
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// more realistic example:
  // the first thirty frames are state 1
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// the first thirty frames are state 1
  // the next 15 frames pass through states 1-15
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// the next 15 frames pass through states 1-15
  // the next 30 frames are of state 15
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// the next 30 frames are of state 15
  // the next 15 frames iterate back to state 1
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// the next 15 frames iterate back to state 1
 
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cmd.mset("1 -%d" % cmd.count_states())
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cmd.mset("1 -%d" % cmd.count_states())
  // this will create a one-to-one mapping of states to movie frames. useful for making movies from trajectory files.  
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// this will create a one-to-one mapping of states to movie frames. useful for making movies from trajectory files.  
 
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Revision as of 20:33, 5 July 2009

DESCRIPTION

mset sets up a relationship between molecular states and movie frames. This makes it possible to control which states are shown in which frame.

USAGE

mset specification [ ,frame ]

PYMOL API

cmd.mset( string specification [, int frame] )

EXAMPLES

mset 1         // simplest case, one state -> one frame
mset 1 x10     // ten frames, all corresponding to state 1
mset 1 x30 1 -15 15 x30 15 -1
// more realistic example:
// the first thirty frames are state 1
// the next 15 frames pass through states 1-15
// the next 30 frames are of state 15
// the next 15 frames iterate back to state 1


cmd.mset("1 -%d" % cmd.count_states())
// this will create a one-to-one mapping of states to movie frames. useful for making movies from trajectory files.

SEE ALSO

Cmd mdo, Cmd mplay, Cmd mclear