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*To*: Ben Webb <>*Subject*: Re: [IMP-dev] score function weights*From*: Daniel Russel <>*Date*: Tue, 6 Nov 2007 20:34:18 -0800*Cc*:

But "the thing calling the restraint" is the model, which doesn't know what the weights are.

Whoever we tell the weights to knows :-)

Are you suggesting that instead he should do: model.evaluate(scale_factors=[1.0] * 999 + [0.1])

or restraintset.set_weight(r, .5);

rather than passing the stdevs to the model. Of course, I am arguing that a scale factor and a stdev should be treated similarly here.

Plus, this way we can reuse a restraint with different weights in different places if we should so desire.Surely the easiest way to do that is the put the restraint into two different restraint sets, each with its own weight.

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