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I'm curious if it would be possible to see some (top 3?) of the winning folds for a given puzzle. As a beginner, I have very little intuition for what winning/high-scoring results should/could look like, particularly for puzzles without guides.

At this point, things seems pretty open ended to me.

Thoughts?

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Where to see examples of high-scoring solutions

If you are in a Group, you could always look at the highest-scoring shared solutions in your Group for ideas.

Also, if you go to the page http://de.foldit.wikia.com/wiki/CASP10 and scroll down to where it says "Submitted Models", there are links to many different CASP10 Targets. For example, Target T0743 has its own page http://de.foldit.wikia.com/wiki/T0743 on which images for different high-scoring structures for Target T0743 are shown.

Joined: 08/10/2012
That's a start!

I appreciate the suggestions.

Certainly the rendered models provide a wide variety of "options" for the same set of amino's, but I think that shared team solutions will be most helpful since I can manipulate them as well. I only just joined a team, so I'm not entirely sure how it all works. That said, I haven't interacted with an teammates, so I'm confident I'll get the hang of it.

Thanks much

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many pictures from players

many pictures from players who want to share here
http://foldit.wikia.com/wiki/Puzzle_Results
same here but in other order
http://foldit.wikia.com/wiki/Category:Puzzle_Results

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