[phenixbb] phenix and weak data
Douglas Theobald
dtheobald at brandeis.edu
Wed Dec 12 07:36:44 PST 2012
On Dec 12, 2012, at 1:46 AM, Ed Pozharski <epozh001 at UMARYLAND.EDU> wrote:
> On Tue, 2012-12-11 at 11:27 -0500, Douglas Theobald wrote:
>
>> What is the evidence, if any, that the exptl sigmas are actually negligible compared to fit beta (is it alluded to in Lunin 2002)? Is there somewhere in phenix output I can verify this myself?
>
> Essentially, equation 4 in Lunin (2002) is the same as equation 14 in
> Murshudov (1997) or equation 1 in Cowtan (2005) or 12-79 in Rupp (2010).
> The difference is that instead of combination of sigf^2 and sigma_wc you
> have a single parameter, beta. One can do that assuming that
> sigf<<sqrt(beta). Phenix log files list optimized beta parameter in
> each resolution shell.
From the log file:
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|R-free likelihood based estimates for figures of merit, absolute phase error,|
|and distribution parameters alpha and beta (Acta Cryst. (1995). A51, 880-887)|
| |
| Bin Resolution No. Refl. FOM Phase Scale Alpha Beta |
| # range work test error factor |
| 1: 44.4859 - 3.0705 14086 154 0.93 12.12 1.00 0.98 118346.13|
| 2: 3.0705 - 2.4372 13777 149 0.91 15.26 1.00 0.99 58331.77|
| 3: 2.4372 - 2.1291 13644 148 0.94 11.42 1.00 0.99 23216.31|
it appears that phenix estimates alpha and beta from the R-free set rather than from the working set (I might be misreading that). Is that correct?
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