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I have installed pyrosetta and rosetta on my system and when I try to import in my python code it says module not found. I have a BigSur mac computer. Is it because of my system? Can someone help me who has also installed it on bigSur?
Thank you in advance!
i am trying to do a relax of a certain area of my protein, however, it seems as though the entire backbone moves (and the free energy of the entire system drops dramatically, an other indication the entire thing is beeing relaxed). My code is as follows:
working_pose = pose.clone()
sfxn = create_score_function("ref2015_cart")
I have a question regarding Pyrosetta. Currently, I want to use pyrosetta to score some protein structures but with missing atoms in sidechain. So my protein structures contrain full-atoms for backbone but missing one or two atoms per residue on sidechain. I used pose_from_pdb to read my protein structure (pdb). But it seems pysoretta will fill in the missing atoms according to rotamer library. Is there a way to prevent it so I can just score my structures with missing atoms on sidechains?
Thanks a lot for the help,
A pose can have a constraint set, a modifiable residue set, an unnoticed `pose.pdb_info().obsolete() == True` case, virtual residues, energies and a few more. Therefore when saving to disk none of the following truly work as they save coordinates:
pose.dump_pdb('foo.pdb') pose.dump_scored_pdb('foo.pdb', pyrosetta.get_fa_scorefxn()) pose.dump_cif('foo.cif') pose.dump_mmtf('foo.mmtf') pyrosetta.io.poses_to_silent([pose], 'foo.silent')
So I was hoping for an all-in-one
I have been trying to load 'HYP.params' for the hydroxyproline residue. According to previous answers in the forum there are 2 options: add the params file to the residue_types folder and editing the residue_types.txt or loading the params file via command lines in pyrosetta. Neither of these options work for me and raise the following error: