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    As an update: I wrote a Python script that hopefully does what
    Andrew wanted. The script does not use command line tools (like
    phenix.something) but instead it is using CCTBX functions directly
    (90 lines of Python code).<br>
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    Pavel<br>
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    <div class="moz-cite-prefix">On 11/30/16 09:47, Oleg Sobolev wrote:<br>
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      <div dir="ltr">Hi Edward,
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              .8ex;border-left:1px #ccc solid;padding-left:1ex">I had a
              related question- is it possible to have env. variables
              evaluated in an eff file?<br>
              (Like in cns, {===&gt;} parameter_infile_1="CNS_TOPPAR<wbr>:protein_rep.param";,
              CNS_TOPPAR is env var)<br>
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            <div>I'm afraid no.</div>
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              If not, do command line parameters override what is in the
              eff file? Like:<br>
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            <div>Yes, whatever is in command-line arguments overrides
              values in .eff file.</div>
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            <div>I think simple bash/tsch script would be the easiest
              way to solve the original Andrew's problem.</div>
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            <div>Best regards,</div>
            <div>Oleg Sobolev.</div>
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                  On 11/29/2016 05:21 PM, Andrew Morin wrote:<br>
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                    Hello,<br>
                    <br>
                    I am trying to find a convenient way to generate
                    maps using phenix.mtz2map at increasingly greater
                    values of d_min.<br>
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                    For example:<br>
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                    I have a .mtz file of a structure solved at 2.4A. I
                    run phenix.mtz2map with d_min=none and obtain a map
                    using all of the resolution data. I would like to
                    also create 10 more maps with d_min = 3.4, 4.4, 5.4,
                    6.4,...12.4A.<br>
                    An mtz of 1.7A would increment at 2.7, 3.7...11.7A,
                    etc.<br>
                    <br>
                    Might anyone know of a handy way to automate this
                    over a large number of mtz files?<br>
                    <br>
                    ALTERNATIVELY - I am performing a
                    phenix.cut_out_density step prior to this. So if it
                    might be easier to automate a incrementing high
                    resolution cutoff in phenix.cut_out_density, that
                    would also work.<br>
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                    Thanks for your help.<br>
                    <br>
                    -Andrew<br>
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