From: John Stone (
Date: Wed Nov 12 2014 - 22:42:24 CST

  I'm not familiar with what is contained in the .sos file, so
I can't answer. If you have the source code for sos_triangle,
perhaps it just needs to be recompiled to support a larger problem size,
particularly if it's a Fortran code....

  John Stone

On Sat, Nov 08, 2014 at 05:18:08PM +0100, Albert wrote:
> Hello:
> I am calculatiing the hole in a very big protein with program "HOLE",
> and it generated a .sos file with command:
> sph_process -dotden 5 -colour -sos 4pir.sph 4pir.sos
> However, I am trying to generate file for vmd with command:
> sos_triangle -s -v < 4pir.sos > 4pir.vmd
> but it failed with messages:
> ERROR:Maximum number of co-ordinates exceeded!
> It seems that the coordiante is too big? I am just wondering could VMD
> read .sos directly?
> Thank you very much.
> Albert

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