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Scroll Bars The scroll bar across the bottom of the canvas area is used to rotate the molecule about the y-axis, i. These scroll bars may be operated in either of two ways. The first is by clicking any mouse button on the dotted scroll bar background to indicate a direct rotation relative to the current indicator position; the second is by clicking one of the arrows at either end of the scroll bar to rotate the molecule in fixed sized increments.
Rotating the molecule by the second method may cause the indicators on the scroll bars to wrap around from one end of the bar to the other. A complete revolution is indicated by the indicator travelling the length of the scroll bar. The angle rotated by using the arrows depends upon the current size of the display window.
Alternatively the equivalent items in the "Settings" menu may be used. The mouse is used to position the cross-hair cursor over the appropriate item, and then any of the mouse buttons is depressed. Provided that the pointer is located close enough to a visible object, the program determines the identity of the nearest atom to the point identified.
If the atom is a member of a named chain, the chain identifier is also displayed. Two examples of the output generated by selecting an atom are displayed below: P The first line describes the alpha carbon of the serine amino acid in a protein. The unique Protein Data Bank serial number for this atom is The following line describes the oxygen atom in a water molecule attached to the P chain of the main molecule.
Rotating any of the knobs will automatically transform and redisplay the molecule interactively. The dials only have effect while the mouse pointer is within the display window.
If more than one application is using the dials box at a time, care must be taken to remember the dial labels assigned by each program, as each application may overwrite the dial-label LEDS. The rotation about the X and Y axes automatically updates the indicators on the appropriate scroll bars.
All the rotation dials rotate the molecule degrees for a complete revolution of the dial. All the remaining dials clamp their values to permissible ranges; turning these dials past their limits has no effect. Rotating the dial clockwise magnifies the molecule and anticlockwise shrinks it.
A complete rotation of the SLAB dial corresponds to moving the clipping plane half the distance between the front and back of the molecule. Turning the SLAB knob clockwise moves the clipping plane closer to the viewer increasing the number of objects displayedand turning it anticlockwise moves it further away preventing more objects from being displayed.
Translation along the X and Y axis allows the centre of the molecule to be moved within the canvas area of the screen. Rotation and zooming are still performed relative to the centre of rotation and the molecule, respectively, which may often not be at the centre of the canvas.
Command Line Interface RasMol allows the execution of interactive commands typed at the RasMol prompt in the terminal window. Characters typed into either the terminal or the display window are processed on the command line.An important aspect of any quality system is to work according to clear-cut Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).
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Overhead is low -- about 60ns per iteration (80ns with tqdm_gui), and is unit tested against performance rutadeltambor.com comparison, the well-established ProgressBar has an ns/iter overhead. In addition to its low overhead, tqdm uses smart algorithms to predict the remaining time and to skip unnecessary iteration displays, which allows for a negligible overhead in most cases.