mview [options] [structure file]
||Print command line help|
||import structures from standard input|
||the maximum number of visible columns (default: 4)|
||the maximum number of visible rows (default: 4)|
||the maximum number of molecules to import (default: 1000)|
||display unique SMILES code|
||show specified fields (<f1>, <f2>, ...) in the given order from an SDfile. Field names are separated by colons.|
|Options for displaying additional atomic properties stored in SDfile:|
||palette definition property file*|
||name of the tag in the SDfile that contains property symbols*|
* See the Property colors in MarvinView section
MarvinViewapplication in the directory where Marvin Beans was installed. You can also find a shortcut icon for the application on the Desktop or on the Start menu (in Windows).
mview -n 500 -s 9500 str.smi
mview -f "ID:name:stock" stock.sdf
mview -Sc 2 stock.sdf
jcsearch -q 'Clc1ccccc1' -f sdf input.sdf | mview -f ID -
mview -p colors.ini -t PPL stock.sdf
-tparameter The property list contains one or more property symbols for each atom, by the order of the atoms. The properties of different atoms are separated by semicolon. The number of specified atoms must match the number of atoms in the molecule. If an atom has two or more properties, they are separated by slash.
a = red b = blue c = green d = black e = navy f = maroon a/d = purple b/d = lime a/c = aqua empty = #808080 other = fuchsiaAll property symbols and their combinations (separated by slash character) can have own colors assigned. There are two special symbols: "empty" and "other". Atoms not having any property will be displayed with the color of "empty". The rest of atoms are displayed with the color of "other" (undefined combinations). MarvinView supports the 16 color names of the HTML standard (see below), but it is allowed to assign any valid RGB color value to symbols.