[cmview-devel] saving cmaps
stehr at molgen.mpg.de
Sun Sep 30 12:54:36 EDT 2012
you can use the OWL Java library which CMView is based on:
If you check out the code from the SVN repository (instructions are on
the website), you will find a command line tool called "genGraph"
which should do the job. It can generate contact maps for a list of
PDBs in a few different text formats. All of them are line based, i.e.
they contain one contact per line. So if you really need the matrix
format you may need to write a small script to convert them to this
Hope that helps,
On Sun, Sep 30, 2012 at 9:11 AM, Marika Joanna Ciombor
<179845 at student.pwr.wroc.pl> wrote:
> Ok, Thank you. And is it possible to save cmap to a text file (as a matrix 0
> and 1 or column) without opening the interface. If it is impossible, do You
> know a program that does this?
> Ciombor M.
> W dniu 26/09/12 Henning Stehr <stehr at molgen.mpg.de> napisał:
> Yes, that is possible. The command line option is "-I". This will
> output a PNG image without starting the graphical interface. So a
> typical command line would be:
> cmview -f myprotein.pdb -t Cb -d 8.0 -I out.png
> You can also use "cmview -h" to see all supported command line options.
> On Wed, Sep 26, 2012 at 1:30 PM, Marika Joanna Ciombor
> <179845 at student.pwr.wroc.pl> wrote:
>> I would like to ask if CMView can save generated cmaps from pdb
>> but without opening the interface. I need to save a lot of cmap and I
>> like to use the command window on Linux.
>> Ciombor M.
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