Commit de4ceb7a authored by Studer Gabriel's avatar Studer Gabriel
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Updated compiled doc.

parent 386ae091
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* |python|_ 3.6.0
* |boost|_ 1.68.0
* |eigen3|_ 3.3.1
* |sphinx|_ 1.3.1
* |sphinx|_ 1.4.9
Using |cmake|
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Release 3.1.1
* Bugfix release: reintroduces backwards compatibility in BuildRawModel.
See commit 0288eced23a9a541a88005a7ed30b8f019e06226 for details
Release 3.1.0
* Introduce alignment processing steps in BuildRawModel
* Several minor bug fixes, improvements, and speed-ups.
Release 3.0.0
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.. See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
.. limitations under the License.
.. _container:
|project| and Containers
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We do not provide a "standalone" Singularity image, but rather bootstrap from a
Docker image.
Build the image with:
Change to the directory containing the Singularity file
(<PROMOD3_CHECKOUT>/container) and build the image with:
.. code-block:: bash
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singularity run --app PM promod.img help
So you can either run an action with:
.. code-block:: bash
singularity run --app PM promod.img build-model [options]
or an arbitrary Python script using OpenStructure / |project| with:
.. code-block:: bash
singularity run --app PM promod.img [options]
The Notebook app provides a jupyter notebook playground with OST, |project|, and
nglview available. You can fire it up with:
.. code-block:: bash
singularity run --app Notebook promod.img
connect to the notebook, start a new OST kernel and test it with the following
code snippet:
.. code-block:: python
from ost import io
from promod3 import loop
import nglview
# generate backbone with dihedrals of a helix and store it
sequence = "HELLYEAH"
bb_list = loop.BackboneList(sequence)
io.SavePDB(bb_list.ToEntity(), "test.pdb")
# display stored file
view = nglview.show_file("test.pdb")
The Compound Library
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Get and Run |project|
First steps to get |project| up and running:
Either utilize :ref:`containers <container>` or start from source code:
#. Fetch the source code from
Or directly pull it with git:
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