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Table 2 Spindles in dataset B

From: Precise parallel volumetric comparison of molecular surfaces and electrostatic isopotentials

\(c_x\) \(c_y\) \(c_z\) \(p_x\) \(p_y\) \(p_z\) \(r_maj\) \(r_min\) endcap1 endcap2
2.9283 3.9283 6.2286 \(-\) 0.6804 \(-\) 0.6804 0.2725 4.9158 4.6742 \(-\) 3.1616 2.3346
5.9856 6.1531 5.2775 0.7379 \(-\) 0.5270 0.4216 4.0370 4.7434 \(-\) 3.7995 3.3740
3.0000 4.0000 8.5000 \(-\) 0.9863 0.0000 \(-\) 0.1644 4.0206 3.0414 \(-\) 1.8348 1.8348
4.8566 6.6324 5.7757 0.8137 0.4650 \(-\) 0.3487 5.2327 5.3012 \(-\) 2.9534 3.6970
4.0000 7.0000 6.5000 \(-\) 0.5963 0.2981 0.7454 4.1733 4.3541 \(-\) 2.7276 2.7276
  1. Dataset B has 5 spindles. The torus describing the spindle is centered at \(\{c_x, c_y, c_z\}\). The vector perpendicular to the plane of the torus is oriented in the direction of \(\{p_x, p_y, p_z\}\). The distance between the torus center and the center of the probe is \(r_maj\), and \(r_min\) is the radius of the probe. Endcap1 and endcap2 indicate the distance of the endcaps of the spindle from the center along the perpendicular vector