Source code for iodata.formats.mol2

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"""MOL2 file format.

There are different formats of mol2 files. Here the compatibility with AMBER software
was the main objective to write out files with atomic charges used by antechamber.

from import Iterator
from typing import TextIO

import numpy as np
from numpy.typing import NDArray

from ..docstrings import (
from ..iodata import IOData
from ..periodic import bond2num, num2bond, num2sym, sym2num
from ..utils import LineIterator, LoadError, angstrom

__all__ = []

PATTERNS = ["*.mol2"]

[docs] @document_load_one("MOL2", ["atcoords", "atnums", "atcharges", "atffparams"], ["title"]) def load_one(lit: LineIterator) -> dict: """Do not edit this docstring. It will be overwritten.""" molecule_found = False while True: try: line = next(lit) except StopIteration: break if len(line) > 1: words = line.split() if words[0] == "@<TRIPOS>MOLECULE": # Found another molecule; go one line back and break if molecule_found: lit.back(line) break title = next(lit).strip() words = next(lit).split() natoms = int(words[0]) nbonds = int(words[1]) if words[0] == "@<TRIPOS>ATOM": atnums, atcoords, atchgs, attypes = _load_helper_atoms(lit, natoms) atcharges = {"mol2charges": atchgs} atffparams = {"attypes": attypes} result = { "atcoords": atcoords, "atnums": atnums, "atcharges": atcharges, "atffparams": atffparams, "title": title, } molecule_found = True if words[0] == "@<TRIPOS>BOND": bonds = _load_helper_bonds(lit, nbonds) result["bonds"] = bonds if not molecule_found: raise LoadError("Molecule could not be read.", lit) return result
def _load_helper_atoms( lit: LineIterator, natoms: int ) -> tuple[NDArray[int], NDArray[float], NDArray[float], tuple]: """Load element numbers, coordinates and atomic charges.""" atnums = np.empty(natoms) atcoords = np.empty((natoms, 3)) atchgs = np.empty(natoms) attypes = [] for i in range(natoms): words = next(lit).split() # Check the first two characters of atom name and try # to convert to an element number both or only the first symbol = words[1][:2].title() atnum = sym2num.get(symbol, sym2num.get(symbol[0], None)) if atnum is None: atnum = 0 lit.warn(f"Can not convert {words[1][:2]} to elements") atnums[i] = atnum attypes.append(words[5]) atcoords[i] = [float(words[2]), float(words[3]), float(words[4])] if len(words) == 9: atchgs[i] = float(words[8]) else: atchgs[i] = 0.0000 atcoords = atcoords * angstrom attypes = tuple(attypes) return atnums, atcoords, atchgs, attypes def _load_helper_bonds(lit: LineIterator, nbonds: int) -> NDArray[int]: """Load bond information. Each line in a bond definition has the following structure bond_index atom_1 atom_2 bond_type e.g. 1 1 2 1 This would be the first bond between atom 1 and atom 2 and a single bond """ bonds = np.empty((nbonds, 3)) for i in range(nbonds): words = next(lit).split() # Substract one because of numbering starting at 0 bond = [ int(words[1]) - 1, int(words[2]) - 1, # convert mol2 bond type to integer bond2num.get(words[3], bond2num["un"]), ] if bond is None: bond = [0, 0, 0] lit.warn(f"Something wrong in the bond section: {bond}") bonds[i] = bond return bonds
[docs] @document_load_many("MOL2", ["atcoords", "atnums", "atcharges", "atffparams"], ["title"]) def load_many(lit: LineIterator) -> Iterator[dict]: """Do not edit this docstring. It will be overwritten.""" # MOL2 files with more molecules are a simple concatenation of individual MOL2 files,' # making it trivial to load many frames. try: while True: yield load_one(lit) except (StopIteration, LoadError): return
[docs] @document_dump_one("MOL2", ["atcoords", "atnums"], ["atcharges", "atffparams", "title"]) def dump_one(f: TextIO, data: IOData): """Do not edit this docstring. It will be overwritten.""" # The first six lines are reserved for comments print("# Mol2 file created with Iodata", file=f) print("\n\n\n\n\n", file=f) print("@<TRIPOS>MOLECULE", file=f) print(data.title or "Created with IOData", file=f) if data.bonds is not None: bonds = len(data.bonds) print(f"{data.natom:5d} {bonds:6d} {0:6d} {0:6d}", file=f) else: print(f"{data.natom:5d} {0:6d} {0:6d} {0:6d}", file=f) print("@<TRIPOS>ATOM", file=f) atcharges = data.atcharges.get("mol2charges") attypes = data.atffparams.get("attypes") for i in range(data.natom): n = num2sym[data.atnums[i]] x, y, z = data.atcoords[i] / angstrom out1 = f"{i+1:7d} {n:2s} {x:15.4f} {y:9.4f} {z:9.4f} " atcharge = 0.0 if atcharges is None else atcharges[i] attype = n if attypes is None else attypes[i] out2 = f"{attype:6s} {1:4d} XXX {atcharge:14.4f}" print(out1 + out2, file=f) if data.bonds is not None: print("@<TRIPOS>BOND", file=f) for i, bond in enumerate(data.bonds): bondtype = num2bond.get(bond[2], "un") print(f"{i+1:6d} {bond[0]+1:4d} {bond[1]+1:4d} {bondtype:2s}", file=f)
[docs] @document_dump_many("MOL2", ["atcoords", "atnums", "atcharges"], ["title"]) def dump_many(f: TextIO, datas: Iterator[IOData]): """Do not edit this docstring. It will be overwritten.""" # Similar to load_many, this is relatively easy. for data in datas: dump_one(f, data)