Source code for iodata.formats.charmm

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"""CHARMM crd file format.

CHARMM coordinate files contain information about the location of each atom in Cartesian space.
The format of the ASCII (CARD) CHARMM coordinate files is: Title line(s), number of atoms in file
and the coordinate lines (one for each atom in the file).

The coordinate lines contain specific information about each atom.
These have the following structure: Atom number (sequential), residue number
(specified relative to first residue in the PSF), residue name, atom type, x-coordinate,
y-coordinate, z-coordinate, segment identifier, residue identifier and a weighting array value.


from typing import Tuple

import numpy as np

from ..docstrings import document_load_one

from ..utils import angstrom, amu, LineIterator

__all__ = []

PATTERNS = ['*.crd']

[docs]@document_load_one('CRD', ['atcoords', 'atffparams', 'atmasses', 'extra'], ['title']) def load_one(lit: LineIterator) -> dict: """Do not edit this docstring. It will be overwritten.""" # Read title section title = '' while True: try: line = next(lit) except StopIteration: lit.error("Title section of CRD has no ending marker (missing bare *).") # Get title from crd file. if line.startswith("*"): text = line[1:] if len(text.strip()) == 0: # line with '*' only. break title += text # Read actual data data = _helper_read_crd(lit) resnums = np.array(data[0]) resnames = np.array(data[1]) attypes = np.array(data[2]) atcoords = data[3] segid = np.array(data[4]) resid = np.array(data[5]) atmasses = np.array(data[6]) atffparams = { 'attypes': attypes, 'resnames': resnames, 'resnums': resnums } extra = { 'segid': segid, 'resid': resid, } result = { 'atcoords': atcoords, 'atffparams': atffparams, 'atmasses': atmasses, 'extra': extra, 'title': title, } return result
def _helper_read_crd(lit: LineIterator) -> Tuple: """Read CHARMM crd file.""" # Read the line for number of atoms. natom = next(lit) if natom is None or not natom.strip().isdigit(): lit.error('The number of atoms must be an integer.') natom = int(natom) # Read the atom lines resnums = [] resnames = [] attypes = [] pos = np.zeros((natom, 3), np.float32) segid = [] resid = [] atmasses = [] for i in range(natom): line = next(lit) words = line.split() resnums.append(int(words[1])) resnames.append(words[2]) attypes.append(words[3]) pos[i, 0] = float(words[4]) pos[i, 1] = float(words[5]) pos[i, 2] = float(words[6]) segid.append(words[7]) resid.append(int(words[8])) atmasses.append(float(words[9]) * amu) pos *= angstrom return resnums, resnames, attypes, pos, segid, resid, atmasses