User:Wayne Decatur/SandboxTeachingTests

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This Sandbox is Reserved from October 25th, 2012, through January 15, 2013 for use by the Biochemistry: Proteomics class at the University of New Hampshire in Durham, NH. Guest Instructor: Wayne Decatur. This reservation includes Sandbox Reserved 171 through Sandbox Reserved 185.
To get started:
  • Click the edit this page tab at the top. Save the page after each step, then edit it again.
  • Click the 3D button (when editing, above the wikitext box) to insert Jmol.
  • show the Scene authoring tools, create a molecular scene, and save it. Copy the green link into the page.
  • Add a description of your scene. Use the buttons above the wikitext box for bold, italics, links, headlines, etc.

More help: Help:Editing

INSERT YOUR NAME's Sandbox

Insert caption here

Follow the directions above to get started using the scene authoring tools and adding a scene to this page.

To have a scene play in the window when the page loads, edit the applet tag (above this text in the editing view or press the 3D button just above this text box to paste a new one) to specify the scene you saved, such as with the text '  scene='Sandbox/TestScene/1'   .'
In the editing window, it should look something like this when you are done:

<Structure load='1xwd' size='500' frame='true' align='right' caption='Insert caption here' scene='Sandbox/TestScene/1' />


You'd copy, paste and edit that line of text in editing mode to make another 3D Jmol applet window, or simply click the 3D button and edit appropriately again.




This Sandbox is Reserved from October 27, 2010, through December 21, 2010 for use by the Biochemistry 642 class at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst taught by Wayne Decatur. This reservation includes Sandbox Reserved 101 through Sandbox Reserved 142.
To get started:
  • Click the edit this page tab at the top. Save the page after each step, then edit it again.
  • Click the 3D button (when editing, above the wikitext box) to insert a 3D applet Jmol scene window.
  • show the Scene authoring tools, create a molecular scene, and save it. Copy the green link into the page.
  • Add a description of your scene. Use the buttons above the wikitext box for bold, italics, links, headlines, etc.

More help: Help:Editing

(Your Name)'s Problem Set Scenes

Your caption here.

Use the scene authoring tools to make and save a scene and then edit the applet tag (above this text in the editing view) to specify the scene you saved, such as with the text '  scene='Sandbox/TestScene/1'   .'
In the editing window, it should look something like this when you are done:

<applet load='1d66' size='300' frame='true' align='right' scene='Sandbox/TestScene/1' caption='Your caption here.' />

You'd copy, paste and edit that line of text in editing mode to make another 3D Jmol applet window or click the 3D button and edit appropriately again.

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Wayne Decatur

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