eozkan at stanford.edu
Sat Jun 27 11:25:40 PDT 2009
Am I missing something? How about this
reference = chain A and not (resid 125 or resid 248 or ...)
selection = chain B and not (resid 125 or resid 248 or ...)
as it is in http://www.phenix-online.org/documentation/
I don't think this is harder than excluding residues with an "option".
On 6/27/09 10:28 AM, Pavel Afonine wrote:
> Hi Maia,
>> I made all restraint_groups in my parameter file. It's just too many of
>> them. I thought that may be there is an option to say exclude residues
>> 125, 248 etc.
> No - there is no such command: you need to edit selections manually.
>> By the way, I have excessive_distance_limit = None. If I
>> change it to some number, how does it work? the violating residues will
>> be excluded or the whole molecule will?
> I'm not sure, Ralf knows this better. Ralf, could you comment on this
> My guess, that all this parameter does is it checks the distances
> between atoms in NCS copies and if there is a distance larger than
> excessive_distance_limit, then phenix.refine stops and tells you this.
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