wgschech at med.uni-tuebingen.de
Wed Jun 25 06:20:32 EST 1997
If you get the data as .gif, you'll be able to convert it to a .dxf
with many popular image programs as PaintShopPro or Corel Photopaint
(just two examples). But I don't know, if the result will be ok (are
-dxf three dimensional?)
pdb2pov should be better.
> mark wrote:
> > I am looking for DXF-Format files of Proteins to use in POV-ray
> > (just for fun :-) )
> > If anyone can direct me to a site which has them I would
> > appreciate it! I have done a Lycos search but came up empty
> > handed.
> > Thanks in advance,
> > Mark Wilkinson
> > markw at cheerful.com
> > --
> > Dr. Mark Wilkinson
> > Max-Planck Institute
> > Koln, Germany
> An alternative is to use the pdb2pov program available
> for several OS. Try the POV-ray site: ftp.povray.org.
> The author of the pdb2pov program is Eric G. Suchanek, Ph.D.
> Have fun.
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