maximum number of curves in the random pool

Linear (OLIGOMER), and non-linear (MIXTURE) analysis, singular value decomposition (SVDPLOT), addition of missing fragments (BUNCH, CORAL), analysis of flexible systems (EOM/RANCH & GAJOE), flexible refinement of high-resolution models (SREFLEX)
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maximum number of curves in the random pool

#1 Post by Alex » 2020.02.11 14:43

what is the maximum size of the random pool that GAJOE can work with?
I have a really large external pool and wonder to which extend i can extend it?
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Re: maximum number of curves in the random pool

#2 Post by Hayds » 2020.02.18 15:00

Hi Alex,

long time no hear :)

So, pool generation in RANCH/EOM is effectively unlimited in model size, and although I have only tested up to 20,000 input model intensities for GAJOE/EOM myself, I think the array size is not fixed. Let me know how you go and how many model intensities worked :)

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Re: maximum number of curves in the random pool

#3 Post by Alex » 2020.02.26 20:19

hey Hayds!
better long time than never :)
anyway, thanks for the reply! i don't use RANCH for generating the models, and the number of models can be very very big.
Could you please check the size of the array in GAJOE?
thanks in advance
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Re: maximum number of curves in the random pool

#4 Post by Hayds » 2020.03.02 13:18

Hi Alex,

the array is dynamic and I think you can feed GAJOE as many models as you can generate :D

Let me know if you manage to hit a wall, very keen to find out!

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Re: maximum number of curves in the random pool

#5 Post by Alex » 2020.03.10 21:46

Great! Thanks! i get back with some feedback at some point.

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