Update to SZMAP applications.
Multiprocessor Support : Calculations can be performed much faster with SZMAP and GamePlan by using multiple processor on a single machine and on different machines with the same operating system installed. Because of this and other improvements to the software, numerical results will differ slightly from those produced by previous versions and the set of points that are determined to be clashing may vary slightly. SZMAP is highly parallelizable—big calculations scale very well when run on large numbers of processors.
SzmapReport now supports a
-resolutionoption to control the quality of the property maps.
GamePlan now indicates the stabilization magnitude in the log.
To streamline the SZMAP program, the following obscure command line options have been eliminated:
-details. There are more direct ways to perform each of the functions that they controlled. The simple help for options in each of the SZMAP applications and utilities has been streamlined.
The Quick Start chapter is now called the SZMAP Workflow and has been reorganized to improve clarity.
The Coulombic interaction+van der Waals (intvdw) value produced by SZMAP is now the minimum of the values for each of the different orientations, the same value used to determine clashes.
Single grid SZMAP calculations (for example using
-apo_grids) no longer output all grid types by default.
To improve consistency, clashes in stabilization results are now marked by the text “CLASH” in the atom property szmap_stbl_clash instead of szmap_clash.
The options section in the SZMAP chapter has been modified to document additional file formats supported for some operations.
The minimum legal setting for the SZMAP options
-outer_dielectrichas been increased to 1.0. Lower values can lead to problems with ZAP calculations.
The maximum legal setting for the SZMAP option
-zap_spacinghas been lowered to 1.0. Higher values can lead to problems with ZAP calculations.