[phenixbb] Rfree set with twin refinement
tterwilliger at newmexicoconsortium.org
Sun Sep 23 12:12:56 PDT 2018
Phenix generates the test set using the point group of the crystal. That
means that reflections that are twin related in merohedral twinning are
always together either in the test or work set. For pseudo merohedral
twins and for cases where there are multiple twins this is not necessarily
the case however. Those reflection pairs (or groups) could be mixed in the
test and work sets if the reflections do not overlap exactly. So in your
case the answer will depend on your cell dimensions. We can look at your
xtriage output off-list if you like.
All the best,
On Sat, Sep 22, 2018 at 16:20 Matthew Bick <bickm at uw.edu> wrote:
> Hello PhenixBB
> I am dealing with a structure that is twinned and would like to ensure
> that the Rfree set I'm using is unbiased. This is what I have done so far.
> - Generated an initial model after Phaser MR using Autobuild. The input
> "Experimental Data" for autobuild was an XDS_ASCII.hkl file from data
> processed with XDS (along with the phaser output mtz as the "initial map").
> Autobuild generates the file "exptl_fobs_phases_freeR_flags.mtz"
> containing the Rfree set, which I have used for all subsequent rounds of
> - I have built the model to completion with Coot and Phenix.refine,
> without applying the twin law. Only at the final round of refinement did I
> apply twin refinement, and it is obvious that the data is twinned (Xtriage
> also suggests twinning).
> My question - when the Rfree is established during Autobuild, does Phenix
> take into account all of the possible twin laws, so that the free and
> working sets are not related in any way by the possible twin laws? I
> believe Phenix does do this, but I would like to make sure.
> Space group is P 1 21 1 and the twin law is pseudo-merohedral h,-k,-h-l,
> in case those are relevant.
> Thank you.
> Matthew Bick
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Thomas C Terwilliger
Laboratory Fellow, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Senior Scientist, New Mexico Consortium
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Email: tterwilliger at newmexicoconsortium.org
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