I executed the following program from the tutorial by using mod7 build.top at the command prompt.mod7 is the alias name.
from modeller.automodel import *
log.verbose() env = environ()
# directories for input atom files env.io.atom_files_directory = './:../atom_files'
a = automodel(env, alnfile = 'alignment.ali', knowns = '5fd1', sequence = '1fdx', inifile = 'my-initial.pdb') a.starting_model= 1 a.ending_model = 1
a.make() when i executed the above command i got the following error:
rdactio_534E> Command not recognized: FROM MODELLER.AUTOMODEL IMPORT * recover____E> ERROR_STATUS >= STOP_ON_ERROR: 1 1
Please let me know how to overcome this error.
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gadde suneetha wrote: > I executed the following program from the tutorial by > using mod7 build.top at the command prompt.mod7 is the > alias name.
I recommend that you use the latest version of Modeller, 8v2, not Modeller 7.
> rdactio_534E> Command not recognized: FROM > MODELLER.AUTOMODEL IMPORT * > recover____E> ERROR_STATUS >= STOP_ON_ERROR: 1 1
If the filename ends in '.top', Modeller assumes it's an old TOP script. However, your script is a new-style Python script. Call it 'build.py' rather than 'build.top'.
Ben Webb, Modeller Caretaker