Qiao Li-An wrote:
>> Hello All,
>> We can use SRS method to download a few PDB files, just click the
> search results one by one. But when we want to download thousands of
> protein structure PDB files, the task seems tedious.
>> Now I have a list of PDB Entry ID Code. How can I get these PDB files
> from www directly? Could I use ftp to get all of them?
Since you are using SRS to find the interesting entries in the first
place, the easiest thing to do would be to directly save the results
from SRS. Here is how to do it:
0. You probably need relatively new Netscape or IE for this.
Versions 4 something should work. The server I use is SRS
1. Before doing the query, set the chunk size to a conveniently
large number (e.g. 5000)
2. Do your query and press button 'Save' near the top of the
3. At the next page ("SRS:Download query"), Select view
'Complete entries' and mime type 'binary' before pressing 'Save'
button. You will be presented a standard file save window for
naming the file.
That is all there is to it.
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