Kinemage Files to Supplement J. G. Kunkel's Publications

Welcome to the JGK Kinemage download area. Note bene:

These are MAGE applications in projects unrelated to chemical structure! The files available here are available for personal use by individuals. No sale or modification for resale of these files is permitted. All files are copywritten by Joseph G. Kunkel and sale of these files in original or modified form is prohibited. Contact Joseph G. Kunkel for any permission to use these files in commercial or published form.
Files are date-stamped to show the date they were released.
HOW TO DOWNLOAD A KINEMAGE DOCUMENT: From a WWW browser with capture capabilities simply chose a highlit file for transfer, this will cause your browser to prompt you whether you want to open the file with the appropriate software (i.e. mage) or store it. You can then use your 'file-save' option to save the item to an appropriate local directory.
HOW TO USE A KINEMAGE FILE: A kinemage file with a '.kin' suffix is a scripted data file that is played with the MAGE software package that is downloadable from several sites including The Official Kinemage Homepage, or the FASEB site. While designed for chemical modeling and instruction, I have found the software package a marvelous way of looking at three dimensional plots of several types including ionic flux vectors about cells and principle component plots in morphometric analysis. Feel free to use my kin scripts as models of how to view 3D data sets. ======================================================== send e-mail to with questions ======================================================== 10/22/99 jgk
Kunkel & Faszewski, 1995, Biol. Bull. 189: 197-198 Jan. 1996
A kinemage file of a Periplaneta oocyte surrounded by proton current vectors which supplements the published Fig. 1 in (Kunkel & Faszewski, 1995).
Kunkel & Bettencourt, 1997. Drosophila wing kin_file Oct. 1997
Wild type strain Principle Components of wing sexual dimorphism to enhance the submitted manuscript figure 7.
Kunkel & Bettencourt, unpublished. Gypsy moth populations Oct. 1997
Principle components of male wing shape of European, North American and Asian populations.