OESzybkiResults

class OESzybkiResults

This class represents OESzybkiResults.

Constructors

OESzybkiResults()
OESzybkiResults(const OESzybkiResults &)

Default and copy constructors.

operator=

OESzybkiResults &operator=(const OESzybkiResults &)

Clear

void Clear()

Removes all data from the OESzybkiResults object.

GetCPUTime

float GetCPUTime() const

Returns CPU time in seconds for the optimization.

GetConfIdx

unsigned int GetConfIdx() const

Returns conformer id number.

GetEnergyTerm

double GetEnergyTerm(unsigned int) const

Returns the current energy value for a specified potential term. The integer values which determine potential terms are defined in the namespace OEPotentialTerms

GetFinalRMSGradient

double GetFinalRMSGradient() const

Returns final RMS of forces, \(\sqrt\frac{\bf{g} \cdot \bf{g}}{n_v}\), where \(\bf{g}\) is the gradient vector and \(n_v\) the number of variables.

GetGradients

bool GetGradients(double* gradients, const OEChem::OEAtomBase* atom) const

Fills the passed double array with gradients for the atom passed as a second argument. Returns true if the gradients are successfully exported, false otherwise. Export of gradients is available only when the method OESzybkiGeneralOptions::SetCalculateGradients is called prior to the calculation performed with one of the OESzybki::operator() operators. Currently calculation of gradients is available only for single-point runs.

GetFinalTotalPotential

double GetFinalTotalPotential() const

Returns the value of the optimized potential for the molecular system.

GetIntramolecularLigandEnergy

double GetIntramolecularLigandEnergy() const

Returns the value of the value of intramolecular MMFF energy.

GetInitialRMSGradient

double GetInitialRMSGradient() const

Returns the initial RMS of forces, \(\sqrt\frac{\bf{g} \cdot \bf{g}}{n_v}\), where \(\bf{g}\) is the gradient vector and \(n_v\) the number of variables.

GetInitialTotalPotential

double GetInitialTotalPotential() const

Returns the value of the initial potential for the molecular system to be optimized.

GetInterEnergy

double GetInterEnergy() const

Returns the interaction energy between protein (or DNA) and the ligand optimized inside the macromolecule. For ligands optimized in vacuum or in solution, this function returns 0.

GetMaxDisplacement

double GetMaxDisplacement() const

Returns the maximum atomic displacement for a single atom in Å during optimization.

GetNumCycles

unsigned int GetNumCycles() const

Returns the number of cycles performed by the optimizer.

GetNumFixAtoms

unsigned int GetNumFixAtoms() const

Returns the number of atoms which will be fixed during optimization.

GetNumRotors

unsigned int GetNumRotors() const

Returns the number of rotatable bonds in the molecule.

GetProteinRMSD

double GetProteinRMSD() const

In the case of a partially optimized protein (residues, side chains, polar hydrogens in proximity to the ligand) the function returns the RMS displacement of a protein from its initial structure.

GetRMSD

double GetRMSD() const

Returns the RMS displacement of the optimized structure with respect to the initial structure.

GetTotalEnergy

double GetTotalEnergy() const

Returns the total energy of the optimized system. That includes all intra and inter molecular MMFF terms, solvation energy (Sheffield or PB, if present) and protein-ligand interaction energy if a ligand is optimized inside the protein. Harmonic energy constraint energy is excluded.

GetTotalEnergyWithHarmConstraint

double GetTotalEnergyWithHarmConstraint() const

Returns total energy of the optimized system plus harmonic energy constraint.

IsActiveTerm

bool IsActiveTerm(unsigned int term) const

Returns true if the potential term specified by the parameter term is included in the potential function of the system. Possible parameters values are defined in the namespace OEPotentialTerms.

GetConfFreeEnergyFromEnsemble

double GetConfFreeEnergyFromEnsemble() const

Returns the free energy of selecting a conformation out of the ensemble calculated as: \(-RTln(q/Q)\), where \(q\) is the partition function of a ligand conformer and \(Q\) is the partition function for the entire ensemble. The method will throw an error unless it is run following the call to OESzybki::GetEntropy method which takes the OESzybkiEnsembleResults instance as a second parameter, followed by the call to OESzybkiEnsembleResults::GetResultsForConformations on the returned OESzybkiEnsembleResults object.

GetVibEntropy

double GetVibEntropy() const

Returns the vibrational entropy of a conformation in e.u. (cal/(mol K)) when entropy has been calculated with one of the OESzybki::GetEntropy methods.

GetRotEntropy

double GetRotEntropy() const

Returns the rotational entropy of a conformation in e.u. (cal/(mol K)) when entropy has been calculated with one of the OESzybki::GetEntropy methods.

GetLnQvib

double GetLnQvib() const

Returns the natural logarithm of a vibrational partition function when entropy has been calculated with one of the OESzybki::GetEntropy methods.

GetLnQrot

double GetLnQrot() const

Returns the natural logarithm of a rotational partition function when entropy has been calculated with one of the OESzybki::GetEntropy methods.

IsUnique

bool IsUnique() const

Returns true if the conformation is unique in terms of the structure. Although the method OESzybki::GetEntropy which takes a non-const OEMCMolBase object is guaranteed to return an ensemble of unique conformations, the other methods in oeszybki library do not. The method might be therefore useful to make sure if the current conformation is unique or not.

Print

void Print(OEPlatform::oeostream &) const
void Print(OESystem::OEErrorHandler &) const

Both functions allow the generation of log information on the optimized system. The following information is reported:

  • Conformer id
  • Number of fixed atoms (if any)
  • Number of torsions (if any and if optimization in torsion space is true)
  • Initial energy
  • Initial rms gradient
  • Final energy
  • Final rms gradient
  • RMS displacement upon optimization
  • Maximum displacement during optimization
  • Values of potential terms at final geometry