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Crystallography Software


Adxv

Environment is already set up. Just start using.

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autoPROC

To use autoPROC, run:
$ setup-autoproc

This will also setup CCP4 automatically.

To view autoPROC documentation, run the following at a beamline computer:
$ firefox $AUTOPROC/docs/autoproc/manual/autoPROC0.html

BEST

Environment is already set up. Just start using.

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CCP4

To configure the CCP4 environment, run:
$ setup-ccp4

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d*TREK

Environment is already set up. Just start using.

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DIALS

To configure the DIALS environment, run:
$ setup-dials

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PHENIX

To configure the PHENIX environment, run:
$ setup-phenix

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XDS

Environment is already set up. Just start using.

You can run xds_doc for documentation:
$ xds_doc

Note: There are multi-processor versions of xds, xscale, mcolspot, and
mintegrate named xds_par, xscale_par, mcolspot_par, and mintegrate_par
respectively. "par" is short for "parallel". If you are running this
program on a computer with more than one CPU, these alternate binaries
will take advantage of the extra CPUs. To find out whether the computer
has more than one processor, you can execute this:
$ cat /proc/cpuinfo | egrep -c '^processor[[:space:]]*:'

If the above command prints a number greater than 1, you should be able
to use the alternate "par" binaries.

Note 2: Just as an FYI, Intel has a technology called hyper-threading
which makes one CPU look like two CPUs to the operating system. So it is
possible to get a report of more than one CPU when the computer actually
only has one. But this is OK since the operating system and the "par"
binaries can't tell the difference between two physical CPUs and one
physical CPU with hyper-threading enabled so you can still safely use
the "par" binaries as long as the above command reports more than one
CPU.

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