[Chimera-users] volume viewer window

Thomas Goddard goddard at cgl.ucsf.edu
Thu Oct 2 10:43:06 PDT 2008

Hi Ben,

   You can use the volume dialog data menu to show a specific volume 
histogram as Elaine mentioned.  It replaces the histogram of the data 
set that has not been active the longest, not necessarily the top 
histogram.  The "active" volume is the the one that has its name 
highlighted above the histogram and several other Chimera tools operate 
on that volume data set.

   Another way to show a specific volume histogram is use the volume 
dialog "data set list" (under Features menu).  You can scroll that list 
of data sets and click on any one to show its histogram.


Benoit Zuber wrote:
> Hi,
> In the pannel threshold and color in the volume viewer window, is there
> a way to switch between the displayed histograms?
> For example I have 33 volumes open, but I can only modify the threshold
> for the last 8 volumes that I opened, even if I set the maximum number
> of displayed thresholds to more than 8. Indeed then the window is not
> large enough to display all the thresholds.
> Thanks in advance,
> Ben

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