An IPython interface for embedding iCn3D viewer
The 3D view of icn3dpy in Jupyter Notebook is interactive, just like in any browser. The popup windows will appear under the 3D view. If you have a predefined cutom view, you can use the predefined commands in icn3dpy as shown below.
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pip install icn3dpy
Install node if node is unavailable. One way in Mac is to use "brew":
brew update brew install node
Install Jupyter Lab and the extension "jupyterlab_3dmol":
pip install jupyterlab jupyter labextension install jupyterlab_3dmol
Open a notebook:
and issue Python script as follows:
"mmdbid" as input:
view = icn3dpy.view(q='mmdbid=6hjr') view
You can also try other input besides "mmdbid". "pdbid" as input:
view = icn3dpy.view(q='pdbid=2bbv') view
"mmtfid" as input:
view = icn3dpy.view(q='mmtfid=6vxx') view
"cid" as input:
view = icn3dpy.view(q='cid=2244') view
Use predefined commands (see commands in iCn3D Gallery for reference):
view = icn3dpy.view(q='mmdbid=6m0j',command='scatterplot interaction pairs | !A !E | hbonds,salt bridge,interactions,halogen,pi-cation,pi-stacking | false | threshold 3.8 6 4 3.8 6 6; show selection; add residue number labels') view
You can use iCn3D interactive interface to generate a custom view, then click "File > Share Link" to get the commands in the "Original URL". All iCn3D commands are listed here.
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