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Re: [ccp4bb]: statistics
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You can find useful statistics in reviews and articles published in many
Also, some information is given in the header of most recent .pdb files.
In addition, I would check the ccp4bb (http://www.ccp4.ac.uk/ccp4bb.html) in
order to retrieve old messages related to
this issue, maybe someone else has up to date statistics.
Hope it helps you to start.
Elena Micossi wrote:
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> Hi all.
> This is not a ccp4 related question but maybe someone of you can help me.
> I'm a PhD student and I'm trying to find out a statistics on the usage of
> various structure determination methods (MIR, SIR, MAD, SIRAS, etc...).
> Any suggestion on where to find this info?
> Thanks a lot
PhD Student at LNLS - Lab. Nac. de Luz Sincrotron - Brazil
Protein Crystallography Group