PyMOLAlignChains.py - Align chains
PyMOLAlignChains.py [--alignMethod <align, cealign, super>] [--alignMode <FirstChain or Complex>] [--alignRefFile <filename>] [--outSuffix <text>] [--overwrite] [-w <dir>] -i <infile1,infile2,infile3...>
PyMOLAlignChains.py -h | --help | -e | --examples
Align chains in input files to a reference file and write out aligned files.
The supported input and output file format are: PDB (.pdb), CIF(.cif)
The names of the aligned output files are automatically generated from the names of input as shown below:
Alignment methodology to use for aligning input files to a reference file.
Portion of input and reference files to use for spatial alignment of input files against reference file. Possible values: FirstChain or Complex.
The FirstChain mode allows alignment of the first chain in each input file to the first chain in the reference file along with moving the rest of the complex to coordinate space of the reference file. The complete complex in each input file is aligned to the complete complex in reference file for the Complex mode.
Reference input file name. The default is to use the first input file name specified using '-i, --infiles' option.
Print this help message.
A comma delimited list of input files. The wildcards are also allowed in file names.
Suffix to append to input file root for generating name of output file.
Overwrite existing files.
Location of working directory which defaults to the current directory.
To align first chain in all input files to the first chain in first input file and write out aligned output files, type:
To align first chain in all input files to the first chain in specific reference file and write out aligned output files, type:
To align first chain in all input files to the first chain in first input file using a specific alignment method and write out aligned output files with specific suffix in names, type:
To align all chains in each input files to all chains in first input file and write out aligned output files, type:
PyMOLCalculateRMSD.py, PyMOLSplitChainsAndLigands.py, PyMOLVisualizeMacromolecules.py
Copyright (C) 2019 Manish Sud. All rights reserved.
The functionality available in this script is implemented using PyMOL, a molecular visualization system on an open source foundation originally developed by Warren DeLano.
This file is part of MayaChemTools.
MayaChemTools is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.