[Chimera-users] Delaunay Tessellation

Thomas Goddard goddard at cgl.ucsf.edu
Tue Mar 23 11:55:29 PDT 2010

Hi Forbes,

   The Chimera Intersurf tool uses Delaunay tessellation and the Python 
code is the ComputeTetrahedralization() function in file


It uses the third-party Qhull package included with Chimera.

   The AIRS package of Chimera extensions that come with EMAN (single 
particle EM reconstruction code) includes a tool called ModeViewer that 
computes normal modes using MMTK.  I do not see any documentation for 
it.  I did try it long ago and it worked.



> Hi:
> Do you folks know if there is a Python Script to do Delaunay Tessellation
> for proteins?
> I am also wondering if anyone has written code to handle Elastic Normal
> Mode analysis.
> Any suggestions or pointers would be appreciated.
> Many thanks,
> Forbes Burkowski

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