gmx wheel#


gmx wheel [-f [<.dat>]] [-o [<.eps>]] [-r0 <int>] [-rot0 <real>]
          [-T <string>] [-[no]nn]


gmx wheel plots a helical wheel representation of your sequence. The input sequence is in the .dat file where the first line contains the number of residues and each consecutive line contains a residue name.


Options to specify input files:

-f [<.dat>] (nnnice.dat)

Generic data file

Options to specify output files:

-o [<.eps>] (plot.eps)

Encapsulated PostScript (tm) file

Other options:

-r0 <int> (1)

The first residue number in the sequence

-rot0 <real> (0)

Rotate around an angle initially (90 degrees makes sense)

-T <string>

Plot a title in the center of the wheel (must be shorter than 10 characters, or it will overwrite the wheel)

-[no]nn (yes)

Toggle numbers