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I'm currently trying to run the CCDLoopClosureMover function in order to attach two protein domains together.
When I try to add a single cutpoint variant around my jump point, I repeatedly get a warning that says:
"Residue 126 is not compatible with cutpoints; variant type not changed."
Residue 126 is the Cterminus
This warning also shows up for residue 127 (the Nterminus of the other protein domain). And thus, I cannot apply CCD to my pose because I don't have a cutpoint variant....
I have tried the latest version of Pyrosetta Anaconda python3.6 (PyRosetta4.Release.python36.mac 2019.19+release 5adc612fd9dee20f808a07e761610d95698b0f35) and previous version, PyRosetta4.Release.python36.mac 2019.18+release on MacOS, but run into the same errors when I do, for example,
I run into this problem when trying to use prepend_polymer_residue_before_seqpos and I can't understand what it really means and, most importantly, what its cause is and how to prevent it from happening. There's a screenshot of the error in the attached pic.
Assertion `moving_connection.icoor().is_internal() && fixed_connection.icoor().is_internal()` failed
I'm currently installing PyRosetta on windows (anaconda) using the linux tar file with the installation instructions from
I've reached step 6:
From within the new PyRosetta directory, type
cd setup && python setup.py install into the command line to set up the PyRosetta.
I've run the installation and received the following output:
Hello, I am very new to PyRosetta, so this might not make a lot of sense. What I'm trying to do is minimise the energy of a given pose. I don't know much about this, so any tips about how to approach it and which instruments to use would be appreciated. Thank you.
I am learning the basics of pyrosetta from this tutorial
but when I enter the code verbatim I get an error.
is something wrong with the syntax they give? trying to do this: