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Re: [ccp4bb]: MOSFLM, XDS, DENZO - conversion of crystal missetting angles ?
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Richard Kahn (Grenoble) has written such a program (xds2mos). It produces a
mosflm indexing matrix from GLOREF.LP. I have modified it to use IDXREF.LP
as input, in case gloref does not work, which is the case with our very low
resolution (28A) data. BTW, in or experience XDS is by far the best
programm to index and integrate low resolution data. As XDS lacks a GUI, we
use mosflm for visual inspection of images, predicteds etc.
Martin Laurberg wrote:
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> Dear all,
> I have a ~6A dataset which I can index in xds but so far not in mosflm or
> Is there a simple way to convert the crystal missetting angles as given in
> xds to the conventions used in Mosflm or Denzo ? I would like to try
> integrating the data in mosflm and in denzo as well.
> The images are weak, one of the axes is almost perfectly aligned with the
> spindle axis and, as written, the resolution poor. XDS probably succeeds
> because it can use more frames than mosflm (6.1) or denzo.