|Python-based Hierarchical ENvironment for Integrated Xtallography|
These installers are built automatically using the current source code and are automatically tested. We do not release installers that have known major problems, so these builds should be suitable for most purposes. Official releases and builds deemed to be "stable" are noted as such and highlighted in bold type.
If you do use the nightly builds, we recommend updating frequently; once a build disappears from the list here, it can be assumed to be obsolete.
If you encounter errors when using any of these builds, please update to the most recent build before sending a bug report. (It is generally a good idea to update frequently anyway, since the code changes rapidly.)
Note: Phenix installers are available for most Windows systems, including both 32-bit (XP or newer) and 64-bit (Windows 7 or newer) versions. Some programs or features are not available because of limitations of the Windows platform; please read the platform support notes for details. We appreciate any feedback about bugs or inconsistencies.
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|dev-3051||2018-02-14||successful||ci, intel-linux-2.6-x86_64-centos6, intel-windows-x86_64, intel-windows, mac-intel-osx-x86_64, intel-linux-2.6-x86_64-centos5, intel-linux-2.6-centos5||docs; changelog|
|dev-3042||2018-02-05||successful||ci, intel-linux-2.6-x86_64-centos6, intel-linux-2.6-centos5, mac-intel-osx-x86_64, intel-windows-x86_64, intel-windows, intel-linux-2.6-x86_64-centos5||docs; changelog|
|dev-3026||2018-01-20||successful||ci, intel-windows, mac-intel-osx-x86_64, intel-windows-x86_64, intel-linux-2.6-x86_64-centos6, intel-linux-2.6-x86_64-centos5, intel-linux-2.6-centos5||docs; changelog|
|1.13-2998||2017-12-23||successful||ci, intel-windows, intel-windows-x86_64, intel-linux-2.6-centos5, mac-intel-osx-x86_64, intel-linux-2.6-x86_64-centos6, intel-linux-2.6-x86_64-centos5||Official 1.13 release; docs; changelog|
|User notes for 1.13-2998: |
|1.12-2829||2017-07-07||successful||ci, intel-windows-x86_64, mac-intel-osx-x86_64, intel-windows, intel-linux-2.6-x86_64-centos5, intel-linux-2.6-x86_64-centos6, intel-linux-2.6-centos5||Official 1.12 Release; docs; changelog|
|User notes for 1.12-2829: |
New Tools: phenix.secondary_structure_validation, Structure Comparison, phenix.mtriage, phenix.real_space_diff_map
Improvements: better sharpening algorithms in phenix.auto_sharpen; better iterative map improvement in phenix.map_to_model; individual mapping in phenix.map_to_object; better outlier rejection in ssm-rmsd calculation in phenix.find_alt_orig_sym_mate; Secondary structure restraints use angles for restraining hydrogen bonds; User-defined box in phenix.polder in addition to atom selection; various improvements to phenix.real_space_refine; can have different restraints for different copies of the same ligand in the same model; better control of peptide planes and omega angles; faster calculation of clashscore; improved handling of cis-peptides in ramalyze; various bug fixes and updated dependencies
GUI: new interfaces for phenix.mtriage, phenix.map_box, phenix.auto_sharpen, phenix.map_to_model, phenix.ncs_average, phenix.sculpt_ensemble
|1.11.1-2575||2016-10-26||successful||ci, intel-windows-x86_64, intel-windows, mac-intel-osx-x86_64, intel-linux-2.6-x86_64-centos6, intel-linux-2.6-centos5, intel-linux-2.6-x86_64-centos5||Official 1.11.1 Release; docs; changelog|
|User notes for 1.11.1-2575: Improved geometry restraints, improved NCS search, new map tools (phenix.polder for omit maps without bulk solvent in omitted region, phenix.model_map and phenix.mask for generating maps and bulk solvent masks, phenix.auto_sharpen for cleaning up maps, phenix.segment_and_split_map for segmenting maps), new model-building tools (phenix.map_to_model for low-resolution maps, phenix.chain_comparison for matching residues and direction), improved phenix.real_space_refine and added GUI, improve model geometry (phenix.model_idealization and phenix.geometry_minimization), improved Phaser, improved validation (phenix.reduce and phenix.ramalyze), simplified Rosetta installation, improved support for Amber, updated dependencies, Unicode support in GUI, unified interface for atom selections|