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You could install the released version of r3dmol from CRAN with:
And the development version from GitHub with:
# install.packages("devtools") devtools::install_github("swsoyee/r3dmol")
library(r3dmol) r3dmol( # Set up the initial viewer viewer_spec = m_viewer_spec( cartoonQuality = 10, lowerZoomLimit = 50, upperZoomLimit = 350 ) ) %>% m_add_model( # Add model to scene data = pdb_6zsl, format = "pdb" ) %>% m_zoom_to() %>% # Zoom to encompass the whole scene m_set_style( # Set style of structures style = m_style_cartoon( color = "#00cc96" ) ) %>% m_set_style( # Set style of specific selection sel = m_sel(ss = "s"), # (selecting by secondary) style = m_style_cartoon( color = "#636efa", arrows = TRUE ) ) %>% m_set_style( # Style the alpha helix sel = m_sel(ss = "h"), # (selecting by alpha helix) style = m_style_cartoon( color = "#ff7f0e" ) ) %>% m_rotate( # Rotate the scene by given angle on given axis angle = 90, axis = "y" ) %>% m_spin() # Animate the scene by spinning it
You can find more demo at here.
Nicholas Rego, David Koes, 3Dmol.js: molecular visualization with WebGL, Bioinformatics, Volume 31, Issue 8, 15 April 2015, Pages 1322–1324,
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