X-PLOR rotation funct.

Andrew Gaskell agju at prodigy.net
Fri Nov 21 14:12:11 EST 1997


Dear All, 
I am new to using X-PLOR for molecular replacement and I have a few 
fundamental questions. I have run a rotation function for my model and I
get a rotation.rf file, with the 1st few lines here: (I used 3-15A
resolution)


! index, theta1, theta2, theta3, RF-function (EPSIlon= 0.25)
      1   184.943  90.000 158.210    4.9329
      5   259.274  75.000 236.515    4.9043
      6   185.532  85.000  35.223    4.9035
     91    53.496  45.000 295.677    4.7157
    150    77.854  35.000 291.343    4.6556
    155   310.399  75.000 295.917    4.6518
    230  ....

When do I know that I have a significant peak/solution here? Is the
above worth putting  into filter/translation?

As a test, I re-ran the rotation function with different resolution
ranges: 6-15A. The same top solution doesn't appear so  I am assuming
that this solution is wrong.

	Any pointers, suggestions would be gratefully appreciated.
Thanks.



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