I did not try it myself but it seems to be what you need:
- import free-R flag from higher-resolution mtz as usual
- remove reflections with missing FP:
sftools (READ xxxx.mtz; SELECT ONLY COLUMN FP PRESENT; WRITE yyy.mtz)
On 12 Apr 2012, at 10:00, Tim Gruene wrote:
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> Dear all,
> I would like to copy the freeR-flags from B.mtz to A.mtz. B.mtz has
> higher resolution.
> As far as I can tell the ccp4 utilities for doing so extend the
> resolution from A to match the resolution of B which results in mtzdmp
> displaying the wrong resolution of the data which I find very annoying.
> Is there a tool or switch to freerflag which only tags those
> reflections which are actually present in A?
> I am aware of the 'resolution' keyword in most of those programs but
> this is not what I want, because it might still alter the reflection list.
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