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Taba: Tool to Analyze Binding Affinity

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 3.5 or 3.6 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 a higher version 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)

Last update on September 7, 2018.