Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche Nihilism is often associated with the German philosopher Friedrich Nietzschewho provided a detailed diagnosis of nihilism as a widespread phenomenon of Western culture. Though the notion appears frequently throughout Nietzsche's work, he uses the term in a variety of ways, with different meanings and connotations. Karen Carr describes Nietzsche's characterization of nihilism "as a condition of tension, as a disproportion between what we want to value or need and how the world appears to operate. Nietzsche characterized nihilism as emptying the world and especially human existence of meaning, purpose, comprehensible truth, or essential value.
Scroll Bars The scroll bar across the bottom of the canvas area is used to rotate the molecule about the y-axis, i. Each scroll bar has an 'indicator' to denote the relative orientation of the molecule, which is initially positioned in the centre of the scroll bar.
These scroll bars may be operated in either of two ways. The first is by clicking any mouse button on the dotted scroll bar background to indicate a direct rotation relative to the current indicator position; the second is by clicking one of the arrows at either end of the scroll bar to rotate the molecule in fixed sized increments.
Rotating the molecule by the second method may cause the indicators on the scroll bars to wrap around from one end of the bar to the other. A complete revolution is indicated by the indicator travelling the length of the scroll bar.
The angle rotated by using the arrows depends upon the current size of the display window. The normal behavior of the scroll bars can be changed by the ' rotate bond ' and ' rotate all ' commands and restored to normal operation by the ' rotate molecule ' command.
Alternatively the equivalent items in the "Settings" menu may be used. When ' rotate bond ' is selected, the bottom scroll bar controls. When ' rotate all ' is selected, the scroll bars control rotation of all the loaded molecules instead of just rotating the currently selected molecule.
Picking In order to identify a particular atom or bond being displayed, RasMol allows the users to 'pick' objects on the screen. The mouse is used to position the cross-hair cursor over the appropriate item, and then any of the mouse buttons is depressed.
Provided that the pointer is located close enough to a visible object, the program determines the identity of the nearest atom to the point identified. The program will display, in the terminal window, the atom's type, serial number, residue name and residue number. If the atom is a member of a named chain, the chain identifier is also displayed.
Two examples of the output generated by selecting an atom are displayed below: P The first line describes the alpha carbon of the serine amino acid in a protein. The unique Protein Data Bank serial number for this atom is The following line describes the oxygen atom in a water molecule attached to the P chain of the main molecule.
The word 'Hetero' distinguishes heterogeneous molecules such as cofactors from the residues in the main molecule, noted by 'Group'. O', respectively, when using the RasMol commands 'select' and 'restrict'. See the ' set picking ' command for details. Dials Box If RasMol detects a 'dials box' attached to the user's workstation, it also allows the molecule to be manipulated interactively by the dials.Abstract This document defines constructor functions, operators, and functions on the datatypes defined in [XML Schema Part 2: Datatypes Second Edition] and the datatypes defined in [XQuery and XPath Data Model (XDM) ].It also defines functions and operators on nodes and node sequences as defined in the [XQuery and XPath Data Model (XDM) ].
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