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Recipe: iwdn worm 1.1
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Name: iwdn worm 1.1
ID: 104669
Created on: Sat, 03/20/2021 - 12:44
Updated on: Wed, 04/28/2021 - 12:27

Worm for wms

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Joined: 03/28/2020
Groups: Go Science
Release notes iwdn worm version 1.1

-Performs (protected) local wiggle/mutate/shake along the protein.
-Avoids loss in score and objective-bonus.
-All sidechains (also on a binder-target) are acted upon along the protein. Change the width of the action-area by changing the "Radius" option to higher values.
-This tool has served me well and maybe it can be helpful to you too. Just play around with it and see what it can do.

Happy folding to all, iwdn

Joined: 03/28/2020
Groups: Go Science
Thanks for the positive feedback

I am glad that it helps you.

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possible bug?

Love the idea. The second time I run the script I get error message: 282: attempt to index global 'toWorkON' (a nil value). Don't know what it means. Working on Puzzle 1980. Script worked earlier on same track. phi16

Joined: 03/28/2020
Groups: Go Science
Bug indeed

Hello phi16,

thanks for the positive feedback and for pointing me to this problem!

You are right that this is a bug. This bug actually is a typo but it's origin is situated anyway in a segment of code that is not used. Nevertheless it outputs this error. Forgot to clean it out before release.

I updated the 1.1 release (date 28.04.2021 in the header of the recipe) and this error should be fixed now.

Also look out for the upcoming 1.2 release of this recipe. It will let you choose the objectives you want to protect via GUI and will be overall a bit more sophisticated.

Happy folding, iwdn

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Developed by: UW Center for Game Science, UW Institute for Protein Design, Northeastern University, Vanderbilt University Meiler Lab, UC Davis
Supported by: DARPA, NSF, NIH, HHMI, Amazon, Microsoft, Adobe, Boehringer Ingelheim, RosettaCommons