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I am trying to install Pyrosetta3.7 in Linux-windows. The installation appears to go without a hitch. But then when I run the self-test.py script, all tests fail. Error messages look like the one below
I've been trying to create a pose with trans-ACPC, but when I use the X[TAC] in the sequence, it doesn't seem to know what residue it is. I know there's a params file for it... I tried loading a pdb structure with ACPC in it as my pose to see what'd happen and it says that:
"ERROR: Error in core::scoring::methods::RamaPreProEnergy::residue_pair_energy(): The RamaPrePro term is incompatible with cyclic dipeptides (as is most of the rest of Rosetta)."
I am using PyRosetta to minimize several complexes and obtain the rosetta calculated energy values. In order to obtain all the rosetta scoring terms, I am using the get_fa_scorefxn function. Whereas I want to retain all the scoring terms, the only option that seems available to see all of them is with the following lines:
scorefxn = get_fa_scorefxn()
pose = pose_from_pdb(<minimized_complex_pdb>)
I need GUIs/pyrosetta_toolkit/ documentation from http://www.pyrosetta.org/documentation#TOC-1.-The-PyRosetta-Toolkit. However the linkage to this documentation is forbidden now. Can someone do me a favour to provide this documentation by email ? My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you very much!
I'm trying to get interactive rosetta to work on a linux virtual machine. I have zero experience coding so I've been struggling royally. I first tried Ubuntu 18.04, but after having some difficulty I decided to switch to as close of a setup as what is in the interactive rosetta install video as I could. I tried Ubuntu 12.04 64 bit with python 2.7.3 and PyRosetta 3 release 104. When I try to import rosetta into ipython this appears:
I'm trying to run the molfile_to_params.py script.
I run into an import error: "No module named rosetta_py.io.mdl_molfile"
Anyone know where I can find and download rosetta_py for pyrosetta?
I can't seem to find it online...
So, I have a code that is supposed to design an enzyme with constraints taken into account. I started it once, looping through a folder of pdb files (that one is still running, takes a while to design 375 pdb files), then just changed which folder and pdb files it would work with. Unfortunately, I then got an error message that cuts off before actually giving the error: