[phenixbb] Intensity-Weighted Reciprocal Lattice
nechols at lbl.gov
Thu Jul 21 18:50:38 PDT 2011
On Thu, Jul 21, 2011 at 6:36 PM, Michael Thompson <miket at chem.ucla.edu> wrote:
> I know that there are several programs out there that can generate sections (i.e. 0,k,l) of the reciprocal lattice, such as LABELIT and xrayplot. Are there any other options for doing this, perhaps within ccp4 and/or phenix? I once saw someone give a presentation and they had a little video that showed a three dimensional section of the reciprocal lattice rocking back and forth, which was really cool. I liked this because I felt like it gave a much more holistic representation as opposed to viewing a bunch of individual sections. I don't know if there is an easy way to do this, or if this person somehow managed to create this 3D depiction from a series of sections.
"hklview" is the classic ccp4 program for viewing 2D slices, but there
is a much more modern version on CCP4's "prerelease software" site
called "ViewHKL". For some reason they decided not to release it with
ccp4 6.2, but it's very nice.
For a 3D view of reciprocal space, try phenix.data_viewer, also a
button in the main GUI. (It does 2D display too - this may be more
useful than 3D for visualizing some pathologies like translational
NCS.) It's still under development - you'll need a recent nightly
build. There's no animation support, but now that you've mentioned
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