class Bio::PDB::Record

The ancestor of every single PDB record class. It inherits Struct class. Basically, each line of a PDB file corresponds to an instance of each corresponding child class. If continuation exists, multiple lines may correspond to single instance.

Constants

ANISOU

ANISOU record class

ATOM

ATOM record class

AUTHOR

AUTHOR record class

CAVEAT

CAVEAT record class

CISPEP

CISPEP record class

COMPND

COMPND record class

CONECT

CONECT record class

CRYST1

CRYST1 record class

DBREF

DBREF record class

Default

default (or unknown) record class

Definition

definitions (hash)

ENDMDL

ENDMDL record class

EXPDTA

EXPDTA record class

End

END record class.

Because END is a reserved word of Ruby, it is separately added to the hash

FORMUL

FORMUL record class

HEADER record class

HELIX

HELIX record class

HET

HET record class

HETATM

HETATM record class

HETNAM

HETNAM record class

HETSYN

HETSYN record class

HYDBND

HYDBND record class

JRNL

'JRNL' is defined below

KEYWDS

KEYWDS record class

LINK record class

MASTER

MASTER record class

MODEL

MODEL record class

MODRES

MODRS record class

MTRIX1

MTRIX1 record class

MTRIXn n=1,2, or 3

MTRIX2

MTRIX2 record class

MTRIX3

MTRIX3 record class

OBSLTE

OBSLTE record class

ORIGX1

ORIGX1 record class

ORIGXn n=1, 2, or 3

ORIGX2

ORIGX2 record class

ORIGX3

ORIGX3 record class

REMARK

'REMARK' is defined below

REVDAT

REVDAT record class

RemarkN

REMARK record class for REMARK n (n>=3)

SCALE1

SCALE1 record class

SCALEn n=1, 2, or 3

SCALE2

SCALE2 record class

SCALE3

SCALE3 record class

SEQADV

SEQADV record class

SEQRES

SEQRES record class

SHEET

SHEET record class

SIGATM

SIGATM record class

SIGUIJ

SIGUIJ record class

SITE

SITE record class

SLTBRG

SLTBRG record class

SOURCE

SOURCE record class

SPRSDE

SPRSDE record class

SSBOND

SSBOND record class

TER

TER record class

TITLE

TITLE record class

TURN

TURN record class

TVECT

TVECT record class

Public Class Methods

continue?() click to toggle source

Returns true if this record has a field type which allows continuations.

    # File lib/bio/db/pdb/pdb.rb
287 def self.continue?
288   @cont
289 end
create_definition_hash() click to toggle source

creates definition hash from current classes constants

    # File lib/bio/db/pdb/pdb.rb
438 def self.create_definition_hash
439   hash = {}
440   constants.each do |x|
441     x = x.intern # keep compatibility both Ruby 1.8 and 1.9
442     hash[x] = const_get(x) if /\A[A-Z][A-Z0-9]+\z/ =~ x.to_s
443   end
444   if x = const_get(:Default) then
445     hash.default = x
446   end
447   hash
448 end
def_rec(*ary) click to toggle source

Creates new class by given field definition The difference from new_direct() is the class created by the method does lazy evaluation.

Internal use only.

Calls superclass method
    # File lib/bio/db/pdb/pdb.rb
226 def self.def_rec(*ary)
227   symbolhash, symbolary, cont = parse_field_definitions(ary)
228 
229   klass = Class.new(self.new(*symbolary))
230   klass.module_eval {
231     @definition = ary
232     @symbols = symbolhash
233     @cont = cont
234   }
235   klass.module_eval {
236     symbolary.each do |x|
237       define_method(x) { do_parse; super() }
238     end
239   }
240   klass
241 end
get_record_class(str) click to toggle source

Basically just look up the class in Definition hash do some munging for JRNL and REMARK

     # File lib/bio/db/pdb/pdb.rb
1389 def self.get_record_class(str)
1390   t = fetch_record_name(str)
1391   t = t.intern unless t.empty?
1392   if d = Definition[t] then
1393     return d
1394   end
1395   case t
1396   when :JRNL
1397     ts = str[12..15].to_s.strip
1398     ts = ts.intern unless ts.empty?
1399     d = Jrnl::Definition[ts]
1400   when :REMARK
1401     case str[7..9].to_i
1402     when 1
1403       ts = str[12..15].to_s.strip
1404       ts = ts.intern unless ts.empty?
1405       d = Remark1::Definition[ts]
1406     when 2
1407       if str[28..37] == 'ANGSTROMS.' then
1408         d = Remark2::ANGSTROMS
1409       elsif str[22..37] == ' NOT APPLICABLE.' then
1410         d = Remark2::NOT_APPLICABLE
1411       else
1412         d = Remark2::Default
1413       end
1414     else
1415       d = RemarkN
1416     end
1417   else
1418     # unknown field
1419     d = Default
1420   end
1421   return d
1422 end
new_direct(*ary) click to toggle source

Creates new class by given field definition.

Internal use only.

Calls superclass method
    # File lib/bio/db/pdb/pdb.rb
257 def self.new_direct(*ary)
258   symbolhash, symbolary, cont = parse_field_definitions(ary)
259   if cont
260     raise 'continuation not allowed. please use def_rec instead'
261   end
262 
263   klass = Class.new(self.new(*symbolary))
264   klass.module_eval {
265     @definition = ary
266     @symbols = symbolhash
267     @cont = cont
268   }
269   klass.module_eval {
270     define_method(:initialize_from_string) { |str|
271       r = super(str)
272       do_parse
273       r
274     }
275   }
276   klass
277 end
new_inherit(klass) click to toggle source

creates new class which inherits given class.

    # File lib/bio/db/pdb/pdb.rb
244 def self.new_inherit(klass)
245   newklass = Class.new(klass)
246   newklass.module_eval {
247     @definition = klass.module_eval { @definition }
248     @symbols    = klass.module_eval { @symbols }
249     @cont       = klass.module_eval { @cont }
250   }
251   newklass
252 end
symbols() click to toggle source

symbols

    # File lib/bio/db/pdb/pdb.rb
280 def self.symbols
281   #p self
282   @symbols
283 end

Public Instance Methods

add_continuation(str) click to toggle source

Internal use only.

Adds continuation data to the record from str if str is really the continuation of current record. Returns self (= not nil) if str is the continuation. Otherwaise, returns false.

    # File lib/bio/db/pdb/pdb.rb
421 def add_continuation(str)
422   #Check that this record can continue
423   #and that str has the same type and definition
424   return false unless self.continue?
425   return false unless fetch_record_name(str) == @record_name
426   return false unless self.class.get_record_class(str) == self.class
427   return false unless fetch_cont(str) >= 2
428   #If all this is OK then add onto @cont_data
429   unless defined?(@cont_data)
430     @cont_data = []
431   end
432   @cont_data << str
433   # Returns self (= not nil) if succeeded.
434   self
435 end
continue?() click to toggle source

Returns true if this record has a field type which allows continuations.

    # File lib/bio/db/pdb/pdb.rb
293 def continue?
294   self.class.continue?
295 end
do_parse() click to toggle source

In order to speeding up processing of PDB file format, fields have not been parsed before calling this method.

Normally, it is automatically called and you don't explicitly need to call it .

    # File lib/bio/db/pdb/pdb.rb
341 def do_parse
342   return self if @parsed or !@str
343   str0 = @str
344   each_symbol do |key, klass, ranges|
345     #If we only have one range then pull that out
346     #and store it in the hash
347     if ranges.size <= 1 then
348       self[key] = klass.new(str0[ranges.first])
349     else
350       #Go through each range and add the string to an array
351       #set the hash key to point to that array
352       ary = []
353       ranges.each do |r|
354         ary << klass.new(str0[r]) unless str0[r].to_s.strip.empty?
355       end
356       self[key] = ary
357     end
358   end #each_symbol
359   #If we have continuations then for each line of extra data...
360   if defined?(@cont_data) then
361     @cont_data.each do |str|
362       #Get the symbol, type and range array
363       each_symbol do |key, klass, ranges|
364         #If there's one range then grab that range
365         if ranges.size <= 1 then
366           r1 = ranges.first
367           unless str[r1].to_s.strip.empty?
368             #and concatenate the new data onto the old
369             v = klass.new(str[r1])
370             self[key].concat(v) if self[key] != v
371           end
372         else
373           #If there's more than one range then add to the array
374           ary = self[key]
375           ranges.each do |r|
376             ary << klass.new(str[r]) unless str[r].to_s.strip.empty?
377           end
378         end
379       end
380     end
381   end
382   @parsed = true
383   self
384 end
each_symbol() { |k, x, x| ... } click to toggle source

yields the symbol(k), type(x) and array of ranges of each symbol.

    # File lib/bio/db/pdb/pdb.rb
299 def each_symbol
300   self.class.symbols.each do |k, x|
301     yield k, x[0], x[1]
302   end
303 end
initialize_from_string(str) click to toggle source

initialize this record from the given string. str must be a line (in PDB format).

You can add continuation lines later using add_continuation method.

    # File lib/bio/db/pdb/pdb.rb
323 def initialize_from_string(str)
324   @str = str
325   @record_name = fetch_record_name(str)
326   @parsed = false
327   self
328 end
inspect() click to toggle source

same as Struct#inspect.

Note that do_parse is automatically called before inspect.

(Warning: The do_parse might sweep hidden bugs in PDB classes.)

Calls superclass method
    # File lib/bio/db/pdb/pdb.rb
456 def inspect
457   do_parse
458   super
459 end
original_data() click to toggle source

Return original string (except that “n” are truncated) for this record (usually just @str, but sometimes add on the continuation data from other lines. Returns an array of string.

    # File lib/bio/db/pdb/pdb.rb
310 def original_data
311   if defined?(@cont_data) then
312     [ @str, *@cont_data ]
313   else
314     [ @str ]
315   end
316 end
record_name() click to toggle source

Record name of this record, e.g. “HEADER”, “ATOM”.

    # File lib/bio/db/pdb/pdb.rb
408 def record_name
409   @record_name or self.class.to_s.split(/\:\:/)[-1].to_s.upcase
410 end
Also aliased as: record_type
record_type()

keeping compatibility with old version

Alias for: record_name