Here is the trick if you have not yet figured out that.
pymol *.pdb will load all the structure files with the extension pdb in the current directory.
answered Mar 31 '10 at 05:29
That works if you're just trying to open multiple PDB files, but many times we have an ensemble of structures in a single PDB file. You can navigate between them using the left and right arrows which also select the next/previous step in an animation. Or, you can view them all at once by typing: set all_states, on.
answered Apr 07 '10 at 13:00
Hi, I am a pymol user. I am trying to compare the H-bonds in two NMR strcutures. So, I need to calculate H-bonds with a cutoff 2.5 and angle 35 angestrom that are availbale in 10 structures out of 20. I run list_hbonds.py as below:
list_hb, selection1, cutoff=2.5, angle=35
How can I do that when I have splitted the ensemble to the 20 structures in pymol?
answered Apr 05 '13 at 07:03