[buster-discuss] ffToTNT is missing?
yamashita at castor.sci.hokudai.ac.jp
Mon Apr 11 08:25:31 CEST 2011
I have solved the problem for command line use.
My mtz file contained two set of HL coefficients: HL* and HLanom*
since it was generated by Phaser.
When I input mtz file which contains only
FP,SIGFP,HL[ABCD],FreeR_flag, BUSTER correctly recognized HL
But missing ffToTNT problem has not been solved yet.
Any help would be appreciated!
2011/4/11 Keitaro Yamashita <yamashita at castor.sci.hokudai.ac.jp>:
> Dear David,
> HLA..HLD columns are included in my MTZ file, but Buster seems not to use them.
> I cannot find HL column names in 01-BUSTER/Cycle-1/CRD file and in
> output HL columns all HLC and HLD are equal to 0.
> I'm using "refine" command. Am I overlooking something?
> 2011/4/11 David Veesler <david.veesler at afmb.univ-mrs.fr>:
>> Hi Keitaro,
>> if you want to use experimental phase restraints in your refinement you only need to have the HL coefficients in your input mtz and Buster will automatically use it.
>> You can check it at the beginning of the refinement where you will see something like refine using F FP ... HL
>> Le 10 avr. 2011 à 17:54, Keitaro Yamashita a écrit :
>>> Dear All,
>>> I got an error when running buster using buffet interface.
>>> The error message said that $BDG_home/bin/buster/ffToTNT was not found.
>>> How can I fix this error?
>>> I couldn't find any description about ffToTNT.
>>> The reason why I'm trying to use buffet interface is because I'd like
>>> buster to use HL coefficients.
>>> If it's possible in command line interface, I'd like very much to know
>>> how to do that.
>>> Thanks in advance,
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