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[ccp4bb]: Find ncs A summary

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Well no one had anything great to say about findncs.

I tried profess. It is much quicker than find_ncs which is a plus.
The output is only moderately confusing (the documentation explains this).

As with find_ncs the right answer is there (I have a pure 3 fold rotation). But
it is buried in a lot of other data.

I did this by hand. 

However, I actually found comparing the output of profess and find_ncs quite a
robust way to find the operator. (with the benefit of the reterospectroscope)


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