Sometime Coot reports that it fails to compress the backup files in the coot-backup directory. This might be, perhaps, because the full path of the directory contains a space. In such a case you can turn off the backup compression:
At the request of John Berrisford and Oliver Clarke, I have added changed the representation of loops where the inter-residue number difference is too short for the actual distance between the residue - to say it another way, there are not enough residues to span the missing gap.
Hamish has recently made a demonstration video for CootVR. Slightly non-optimal video and audio, but interesting.
The data for the Ramachandran Plot in Clipper have been updated to Top8000 and these are now used in Coot. Here is an example of the atom selection in use and a plot for the Pre-PRO residue type.
Coot now displays missing loops with dotted lines when in CA Mode:
I have now enabled the reading of models with duplicate residue-numbers and insertion codes for different residues by default.
- Open a new coot, with no state script
Yay, bug fix list emptied - Here is the progress over the last couple of months:
Now we can render our model molecules with “variable” bond thickness, so that molecules that are further away have thinner bond widths (and as we zoom in, they get thicker). You might call this “Natural” Bond Width Mode.
Now you can build N-linked carbohydrate without a gui:
So now we have labels, thanks to a request from Vito Calderone.
We were looking like a release was imminent. But now, post-Madrid, there is more work to do.
Trans Proline links (PTRANS) now have planar peptide restraints applied by default.
The LINK records are now represented in the header browser:
CootVR was demonstrated to the public for the first time at the CCP4-EM Meeting at Keele University on the 11th April 2018.
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