Examples of running RADDOSE-3D include:
- Using a PDB entry
- Calculating doses in SAXS experiments
- Using an experimentally measured beam - Part 1
- Using an experimentally measured beam - Part 2
For special cases (e.g.sample/crystal is very big or very small or the total rotation range in the experiment is small or no rotation at all) read this section for tips on running RADDOSE-3D to get the best results.
Dealing with errors
Running software programs inevitably comes with its ups and downs. Typically the downs are errors that are thrown when trying to run the program. We've compiled a list of the common errors (Gotchas) that you may see when running RADDOSE-3D along with guidelines and suggestions on how to avoid them.