CCP4 Workshop at the APS
I changed the talk about XDS quite a bit to include more references to the excellent xdsGUI.
The talk about Experimental Phasing changed even more since I describe the use of ANODE in the RNA polymerase I project, and I also include a section about MrTailor.
The tutorial is basically still the same, but I updated a few things. E.g. aimless/pointless is now used instead of scala for scaling.
Again I presented a talk about XDS and one about phasing with shelx c/d/e:
- Data Processing with XDS. It covers a little theory (the Ewald sphere construction including this movie of reciprocal space during data collection), Kay Diederichs' excellent new XDS GUI and the principals of using XDS.
- Experimental Phasing with shelx c/d/e
Only one talk was scheduled for the workshop this year. It explains the usage of shelx c/d/e for phasing and includes a few slides about adavanced usage scenarios. It also covers a quick introduction to the program anode to calculate an anomalous difference Fourier map in order to carry out post-mortem analysis or for cross-confirmation of a SAD experiment with an MR-solution.
- Using Shelx C/D/E
- Introduction to XDS. I gave this talk because Kay Diederichs was not able to join the workshop that year.
- Theory of Substructure Solution
The talk about substructure solution with shelx c/d/e is accompanied by a tutorial which contains some beginners' part as well as more advanced topics of phasing, e.g. recycling of the refined heavy atoms sites as well as an example for MR-SAD with shelxe.
The course's homepage maintains copies of the available teaching material and can be downloaded from there.
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