IMP Reference Guide  2.6.0 The Integrative Modeling Platform
IMP::pepdock Namespace Reference

Initial peptide docking. More...

## Detailed Description

Initial peptide docking.

Given a protein of solved structure and a peptide sequence, use molecular dynamics and physical and statistical force-field restraints to dock the peptide to the protein. Method is still under heavy development.

# Info

Author(s): David Barkan, Bart Lenselink, Daniel Russel

Maintainer: benmwebb

License: LGPL This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

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## Standard module functions

All IMP modules have a set of standard functions to help get information about the module and about files associated with the module.

std::string get_module_version ()

std::string get_module_name ()

std::string get_data_path (std::string file_name)
Return the full path to one of this module's data files. More...

std::string get_example_path (std::string file_name)
Return the full path to one of this module's example files. More...

## Function Documentation

 std::string IMP::pepdock::get_data_path ( std::string file_name )

Return the full path to one of this module's data files.

To read the data file "data_library" that was placed in the data directory of this module, do something like

std::ifstream in(IMP::pepdock::get_data_path("data_library"));

This will ensure that the code works both when IMP is installed or if used via the setup_environment.sh script.

Note
Each module has its own data directory, so be sure to use this function from the correct module.
 std::string IMP::pepdock::get_example_path ( std::string file_name )

Return the full path to one of this module's example files.

To read the example file "example_protein.pdb" that was placed in the examples directory of this module, do something like

std::ifstream in(IMP::pepdock::get_example_path("example_protein.pdb"));

This will ensure that the code works both when IMP is installed or if used via the setup_environment.sh script.

Note
Each module has its own example directory, so be sure to use this function from the correct module.