iotbx.crystal_symmetry_from_any
index
/net/chevy/raid1/nat/src/cctbx_project/iotbx/crystal_symmetry_from_any.py

 
Modules
       
cctbx.crystal
iotbx.cif.crystal_symmetry_from_cif
iotbx.cns.crystal_symmetry_from_inp
iotbx.cns.crystal_symmetry_from_sdb
iotbx.dtrek.crystal_symmetry_from_ref
iotbx.mtz.crystal_symmetry_from_mtz
iotbx.pdb.crystal_symmetry_from_pdb
iotbx.scalepack.crystal_symmetry_from_hkl
iotbx.shelx.crystal_symmetry_from_ins
iotbx.solve.crystal_symmetry_from_inp
iotbx.xds.crystal_symmetry_from_hkl
iotbx.xplor.crystal_symmetry_from_map
libtbx
os

 
Functions
       
extract_and_append(file_names, target_list, extract_function=<function extract_from>)
extract_from(file_name)
extract_from takes a file name or a string description.
If given a file name, it attempts to open the file with all the known
symmetry-containing file-types and extract the symmetry information.
If all of these fail, it attempts to interpret the input string
according to the function cyrstal_symmetry_from_any.from_string.
If given a crystal.symmetry it returns the crystal.symmetry.
from_string(string)
Interprets a symmetry-string object in the following format:
a, b, c, alpha, beta, gamma, space-group
Please be aware that this is comma delimited, so you may not
have commas within the space-group substring.

 
Data
        division = _Feature((2, 2, 0, 'alpha', 2), (3, 0, 0, 'alpha', 0), 8192)