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Re: [ccp4bb]: MR problems
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I don't know about your specific problem ... but you can find general
information about MR as part of the CCP4 documentation. In the latest
version there is an MR tutorial which uses the graphical user interface
CCP4i to run either Amore or Molrep (see
$CEXAM/tutorial2000/html/index.html on your local system, or go to
to find it on the web).
There are also hyperlinked roadmaps through the CCP4 suite (one of which
covers MR, see $CCP4/ccp4i/help/roadmaps/index.html on your local
system, or go to
These are part of the CCP4i documentation, but are generally applicable
Finally, another overview of MR can be found at
on the web).
These might clarify some of the questions you have.
Hope this helps, best wishes
On Thu, 22 Mar 2001, [iso-8859-1] Neratur K Lokanath wrote:
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> I am new one to this field. could you help me about this
> I am trying to solve the structure using MR method using
> While I running amore i found low CC values and high R
> values. What should be the reason?
> And can i split the pdb file into two pdb files, then could
> i fix the one on the another? or what are the possibilities
> to get the solution?
> With regards,
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