[Chimera-users] Split chimera screen

Greg Couch gregc at cgl.ucsf.edu
Tue Nov 18 17:32:28 PST 2014

Assuming these are single models, you can achieve that effect by opening 
the models in one Chimera session.  Then align the structures relative 
to each other -- the MatchMaker tool might be helpful.  Then use the 
Tile Structures tool to show them side-by-side.  And the last step is to 
use the Rotation tool to set the center of rotation method to 
"independent".  Now each model rotates about its own center and is 
separated visually from the others.

The Rotation tool is in the Movement category and the others are in the 
Structure Comparison category.



On 11/18/2014 02:27 AM, Ibai Irastorza wrote:
> Hello,
> I want to show 2 structures in chimera. I want them to be in different 
> chimera sessions, but then, I want them to be dependant, so when I 
> move one structure, the other structure also moves accordingly. For 
> that matter, I would also like both structures to be in the "same 
> perspective". How could I do that?
> Thanks a lot and long live chimera!
> Ibai Irastorza Azkarate, PhD Student
> Centro Andaluz de Biología del Desarrollo CABD
> Universidad Pablo de Olavide,
> Carretera de Utrera km1,
> 41013 Sevilla, Spain
> http://www.cabd.es/en-research_groups-104-247-microbiology-s-platypus-summary.html
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