[phenixbb] Third issue of Computation Crystallography Newsletter - Volume 2, Number 2

Frank von Delft frank.vondelft at sgc.ox.ac.uk
Fri Jul 29 01:21:42 PDT 2011

Hi, just scanned through the article on automatic weight adjustment.

If I had to summarise figures 1 and 2, I'd have to conclude that the 
latest weight optimization only occasionally produces better results 
than not doing it (fig 2);  and that therefore the old optimization was 
considerably worse than doing nothing at all.

Or have I misinterpreted it?

On 28/07/2011 19:59, Nigel Moriarty wrote:
> Dear Colleagues,
> I am pleased to announce the publication of the third issue of the
> Computational Crystallography Newsletter:
>         http://www.phenix-online.org/newsletter/
> A listing of the articles and short communications is given below.
> Please note that the newsletter accepts articles of a general nature
> of interest to all crystallographers. Please send any articles to me
> at
> NWMoriarty at lbl.gov noting that there is a Word Template on the website
> to streamline production.
> Articles
> --------
> Improved target weight optimization in phenix.refine
> Mite-y lysozyme crystal and structure
> Short communications
> --------------------
> A lightweight, versatile framework for visualizing reciprocal-space data
> An extremely fast spotfinder for real-time beamline applications
> Hints for running phenix.mr_rosetta
> Cheers
> Nigel

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