plipcmd(1) Protein-Ligand Interaction Profiler (PLIP)


usage: PLIP [-h] (-f INPUT [INPUT ...] | -i PDBID [PDBID ...]) [-o OUTPATH]
[-v] [-p] [-x] [-t] [-y] [--maxthreads MAXTHREADS] [--breakcomposite] [--altlocation] [--debug] [--nofix]

Protein-Ligand Interaction Profiler (PLIP) v1.3.1 is a command-line based tool to analyze interactions in a protein-ligand complex. If you are using PLIP in your work, please cite: Salentin,S. et al. PLIP: fully automated proteinligand interaction profiler. Nucl. Acids Res. (1 July 2015) 43 (W1): W443-W447. doi: 10.1093/nar/gkv315

optional arguments:

-h, --help
show this help message and exit
-f INPUT [INPUT ...], --file INPUT [INPUT ...]
-i PDBID [PDBID ...], --input PDBID [PDBID ...]
-v, --verbose
Set verbose mode
-p, --pics
Additional pictures
-x, --xml
Generate report file in XML format
-t, --txt
Generate report file in TXT (RST) format
-y, --pymol
Additional PyMOL session files
--maxthreads MAXTHREADS
Set maximum number of main threads (number of binding sites processed simultaneously).If not set, PLIP uses all available CPUs if possible.
Don't combine ligand fragments into with covalent bonds but treat them as single ligandsfot the analysis.
Also consider alternate locations for atoms (e.g. alternate conformations).
Turn on DEBUG mode with extended log.
Turns off fixing of PDB files.