[buster-discuss] why 02-BUSTER ?

Jonathan Grimes jonathan at strubi.ox.ac.uk
Thu Jun 24 12:02:18 CEST 2010

  Can someone explain why BUSTER does a 01-BUSTER
  and then seems to redo refinement creating a 02-BUSTER
  directory.  What is the decision making process ??

   I have been running BUSTER on a protein with 3-fold   
   ncs, so using the -autoncs flag and using grouped B-factor
   refinement (the data go to 3.5A), with 4 big cycles and 50 small.
   Previously BUSTER only ran creating 01-BUSTER.  Now
   it appears to repeat the process, with the Rfactor jumping
   back upto the value (close to, bit not exactly) at the start
   of 01-BUSTER.



Dr. Jonathan M. Grimes,   
University Research Lecturer
Division of Structural Biology
Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics
University of Oxford
Roosevelt Drive,
Oxford OX3 7BN, UK

Email: Jonathan at strubi.ox.ac.uk, Web: www.strubi.ox.ac.uk 
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