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PyRosetta is being tested one by one in Google Collaboration. "01.02-PyRosetta-Google-Drive-Usage-Example.ipynb"
When I checked the file above while running it on Google Collabor, I got an error as below.
The previous 01.01 went well without errors, but the error comes out as below.
(version is PyRosetta4.MinSizeRel.python37.linux.release-332.tar. )
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- OS type : Windows
- OS version : 10
- OS arch (32 or 64bit) : 64bit
HI there, I wanted to log in with my github credentials - but it says:
Academic address not verified during Rosie login
My Acadamic Institution is: Charité Universitaetsmedizin Berlin, the domain is charite.de. My email address is not set as private and was verified by github.
Thank you for your help.
I received this error while trying to login to ROSIE : "Your GitHub account does not have verified academic email address!"
My institution name is the University of Strasbourg (France), and the domain Email is @unistra.fr
I'm relatively new to Rosetta and I'm trying to apply symmetry in the BlueprintBDR. As I only know that I want C3 symmetry I used the general symmdef file for this symmetry. Still, I noticed that it just rotates the subunits with no translation from the COM of the arrangement, which leads to an overlap in residue coordinates, which in turn leads to problems in the minimization protocol. I have attached a picture of an example of what I got and the symmdef file used to obtain it.
Any help is greatly appreciated!
I am just beginning to explore Rosetta with some mutational analysis.
Currently exploring ddg_monomer.
From what I have read so far, ddg_monomer doesn't have parallel support.
Could I please know if setting
and then repeating the above 49 other times, to make a total of 50 predictions and then choosing the top three stated in the manual would produce similar results as setting
and running only once.