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Color schemes

Data graph nodes in SAMSON may have color schemes that apply to themselves and their descendants. Color schemes may be used to e.g. assign a constant color to a node, color atoms by residue, chain, etc. or based on node properties (e.g. temperature factor, atom velocity, etc.).

Color schemes can be applied to structural nodes (e.g. to modify the colors of atoms and bonds) and to visual models (e.g. to colorize the secondary structure).

When a color scheme is applied to a node, all the node’s descendants are affected.

See also
User guide: Color schemes
User guide: Visualizing using color schemes


See also

Color schemes

Three types of color schemes are available: