relax 3.3.6

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Release type Minor feature and bugfix
Release date 4 February 2015

The PDF version of the relax 3.3.6 user manual The relax 3.3.6 user manual


This is a minor feature and bugfix release. It includes the addition of the new structure.sequence_alignment user function which can use the 'Central Star' multiple sequence alignment algorithm or align based on residue numbers, saving the results in the relax data store. The assembly of structural coordinates used by the structure.align, structure.atomic_fluctuations,, structure.displacement, structure.find_pivot, structure.mean, structure.rmsd, structure.superimpose and structure.web_of_motion user functions has been redesigned around this new user function. It will use any pre-existing sequence alignments for the molecules of interest, use no sequence alignment if only structural models are selected, and default to a residue number based alignment if the structure.sequence_alignment user function has not been used. Bug fixes include a system test failure on Mac OS X, and I parameter text files and Grace graphs are now produced by the relaxation curve-fitting auto-analysis for the inversion recovery and saturation recovery experiment types. Many more details are given below.


The new relax versions can be downloaded from If binary distributions are not yet available for your platform and you manage to compile the binary modules, please consider contributing these to the relax project (described in section 3.6 of the relax manual,


Version 3.3.6
(4 February 2015, from /trunk)





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