[phenixbb] observed reflection numbers of refinement greater than the experiment

Folmer Fredslund folmerf at gmail.com
Fri Apr 24 04:47:45 PDT 2009

Dear Carl,

This might be an issue of whether you use the data as anomalous or
not. If the anomalous pairs are kept seperate then you will get
roughly twice the amount of data.

I guess you could easily see if this is true by looking in the log
file or in the top of the resulting pdb file.

Best regards,
Folmer Fredslund

2009/4/24  <carlbluesky at yahoo.co.jp>:
> Hi all,
> I have a problem with  reflection numbers of phenix.refine.
> I did the phenix.refine then i found that the number of observed reflections
> given for the refinement 75747 (48-2.85A) is greater than the number of
> observed reflections
> for the experiment 40434 (50-2.85A). It shoud be around 40000.
> .
> This is a peak of MAD data about 2.85A. I used the TLS parameters to refine
> the structure.
> I really don't know why because this is my first time use phenix to do
> refinement.
> Any advice and suggestion are welcome!
> Thanks.
> Carl
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