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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tuAo_8-_HIc Silent demo movie]] showing the basics of loading and using a volume in PyMOL.  There are more capabilities, but this is the basic functionality.
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This is a silent demo movie showing the basics of loading and using a volume in PyMOL.  There are more capabilities, but this is the basic functionality.
 
  
 
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Revision as of 15:14, 13 April 2011

Volume creates a new volume object from a map object. The data (3D scalar fields) are shown as a true 3D object using coloring and transparencies defined by the user to illustrate the data values.

This technique supports single and multiple isosurfaces.

Usage

Examples

  • [Silent demo movie] showing the basics of loading and using a volume in PyMOL. There are more capabilities, but this is the basic functionality.

See Also

Map_new Isomesh Isosurface