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Taba: Tool to Analyze Binding Affinity

Message posted on January 30, 2021.

Warning! Due to recent changes in the protein data bank, we had to update all programs that we developed. The download python scripts of Taba, SAnDReS, and SFSXplorer do not work anymore. I am working on the update of all these programs, and soon I will release new versions. Thank you very much for your patience. Prof. Walter F. de Azevedo, Jr. I am a free thinker influencing science and technology.

Taba Citation

Please cite the following reference (da Silva AD et al., 2020) if the Taba program was useful.

 

da Silva AD, Bitencourt-Ferreira G, de Azevedo WF Jr. Taba: A Tool to Analyze the Binding Affinity. J Comput Chem. 2020; 41(1): 69-73. doi: 10.1002/jcc.26048. PubMed

 

Taba is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. You can use a higher version as well.

 

 

 

How to install Taba

You need to have Python 3 installed on your computer to run Taba. In addition, you also need NumPy (1.14.5*), Matplotlib, scikit-learn (0.19.1*), pyqt4 and SciPy (1.1.0*).
*You can use higher versions as well.

Windows

Step 1. Download Taba (available here)

Step 2. Unzip the zipped file (TABA_dist)

Step 3. Copy TABA_dist directory to c:\

Step 4. Open a command prompt window (Terminal) and type: cd c:\TABA_dist

then type: python taba.py

This launches GUI window for Taba. That´s it, good Taba session. See help for additional information about how to run Taba.

Linux

Step 1. Download Taba (available here)

Step 2. Unzip the zipped file (TABA_dist)

Step 3. Copy TABA_dist directory to the directory of your choice

Step 4. Open a terminal and type cd /your personal directory/TABA_dist

then type: python taba.py

This launches GUI window for Taba. That´s it, good Taba session. See help for additional information about how to run Taba.

Taba was developed by Amauri Duarte and Dr. Walter F. Azevedo Jr. (walter@azevedolab.net)

Taba site: www.taba.bio.br

Last update on December 04, 2019.

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