[phenixbb] scaling in Fo-Fo maps

Alexandre OURJOUMTSEV sacha at igbmc.fr
Thu Feb 4 08:02:57 PST 2016

Dear Xun,

such kind of questions (if I understood you well) has been addressed recently in our article in Acta Cryst (2014) D70, 2593-2606 with the tools available through phenix (otherwise, I have a stand-alone python program, in a testing stage; let me know if you wish it).

Best regards,

Sacha Urzhumtsev

De : phenixbb-bounces at phenix-online.org <phenixbb-bounces at phenix-online.org> de la part de Xun Lu <xluncsu at gmail.com>
Envoyé : jeudi 4 février 2016 16:39
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Objet : [phenixbb] scaling in Fo-Fo maps

Hello everyone,

I have a question on how the scaling is done when generating Fo-Fo maps in Phenix.

So I want to compare three datasets (of the same protein of course): A,B,C.   I generated three maps:  A-B, A-C, B-C, and I can see the differences.   But I also want to compare the peaks in the three maps, so I want to make sure the maps are generated using the same scaling.


p.s. Any other ideas to compare three datasets?
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