Hi all, I'm relatively new to this suite (in fact, I've come here from Rosetta 3.4...which I was not successfully able to run...). I installed PyRosetta becuse it had a native Windows installer, and here I am.
Anyway, I'm trying to figure out how to pass a sequence to the engine and have it spit out a probabilistically plausible folding map in viewable pdb form. The sequence I'm running has no homology to anything in the existing databases, so I'm trying to computationally model this fragment from scratch. I did some digging and apparently there's Monte Carlo objects hidden for use, but I don't know how to use them, nor implement my sequence the way I want to. For input, I'd be providing a pdb with whatever structure PyMol created as I manually formed the sequence (naturally added kinks, etc). Generally, it'd be straight and wholly unmodeled. Could anyone help?