Programs at BMC : GRASP

Description : GRASP is a molecular visualization and analysis program. It is particularly useful for the display and manipulation of the surfaces of molecules and their electrostatic properties. The licence costs money.

Official homepage : http://honiglab.cpmc.columbia.edu/grasp/

Official Manual : http://honiglab.cpmc.columbia.edu/grasp/grasp_contents.html

Getting Started : http://honiglab.cpmc.columbia.edu/grasp/Grasp_primer.html

Installed version : v2.5.1 (if any)

Location : Since the program is essentially interactive, it does not run on the DQS system, but was installed on some SGI machines.

Since we don't seem to have any SGIs left, I think we don't have the program either.
It was only really used for displaying electrostatic surfaces, for which you can use PyMol.

To run : Under unix type "grasp"

Example : See manual.

Responsible person : Mark Harris