I am sorry I wrote it wrongly, its resolution-
independent X-ray weight rather. I use ccp4i
so the input for the weight is what i mentioned
"Refinement parameters- weighing term (when
auto weighing is turned off)" in refmac.
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Date: 10/14/2011 04:34PM
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> Yes, the weight mentioned in the paper was
> weight matrix, but the one i used was the
> option under "Refinement parameters- weighing
> term (when auto weighing is turned off)".
> But If I really wasnt to change the weight matrix
> where should I change (in the code?)?
No, the weights referred to in the paper are definitely the ones given
as "WEIGHT AUTO x". I can say that with confidence because I never
use "WEIGHT MATRIX x" for reasons I explained. I think what I said is
that it's _related_ to the matrix weight, which it obviously is by
some constant but unknown factor.
You don't have to change any code (that has been done for you!), but
if you're using CCP4I (sorry I don't so I can't give you precise
instructions), you probably have to edit the script before submission
(there should be a button in the "Run" menu for that).
> No, I dint mean a big difference, not in the
> coordinates, but the values of R-factors and
> other terms. I thought it was quite different.
> So you mean that it is not of much concern?
I would say that it's not a big difference, just tightening up of the
geometry, as I said.
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