Only a small problem.
Is there any way to convert a selection object to a model object ? I would like to extract the chains from a multi-chain model and use the separate chains as individual models. At the moment, the only way I seem to be able to do this is to write the selection to a file and the read the file into a model object.
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Alex Brown wrote: > Is there any way to convert a selection object to a model object ? I > would like to extract the chains from a multi-chain model and use the > separate chains as individual models. At the moment, the only way I seem > to be able to do this is to write the selection to a file and the read > the file into a model object.
Exactly - that's really the only way of doing it at present (alternatively, you can write the whole model out to a file, and then read it in again using the model_segment argument to have it read in individual chains).
Ben Webb, Modeller Caretaker