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Brownian dynamics tutorial
Introduction to Brownian Dynamics (BD) and setting up and running BD simulations in IMP.
Fitting against SAXS data with FoXS and MultiFoXS
This covers using the FoXS and MultiFoXS tools in IMP to fit one or more structures against small angle X-ray (SAXS) data.
Cross-linking tutorial
This introduces the functionality in IMP to handle cross-linking data and apply it in modeling.
Modeling of an actin complex with PMI
This demonstratates integrative modeling using the PMI interface by modeling the complex of actin and tropomodulin-gelsolin chimera using SAXS, EM, crosslinking, crystal structures of the individual domains and physical principles.
PMI RNAPII Modeling Tutorial
This tutorial introduces the Python Modeling Interface (PMI), a set of tools designed to handle all steps of the modeling protocol, and demonstrates it by modeling the stalk of RNA Polymerase II using cross-linking, electron microscopy, and x-ray crystallography data.
Introduction to writing IMP code
This covers creating a new IMP module, and writing a new restraint in C++.
Profiling IMP applications
This introduces CPU profiling of IMP code with Google's gperftools package, to track down where time is being spent.
Using IMP as a C++ library
This covers using IMP as a C++ library in other C++ projects.
Debugging IMP with Valgrind
This shows how to use Valgrind to find memory leaks and other programming errors in IMP C++ code.
Deposition of IMP models
This covers the procedure for depositing integrative modeling studies in the PDB-Dev database in mmCIF format.

Tutorials for IMP nightly build

These tutorials demonstrate new features of IMP that are not in the most recent stable release. They will only work with a recent nightly build of IMP, or IMP compiled from source code from the git develop branch.

Cross-linking tutorial
This introduces the functionality in IMP to handle cross-linking data and apply it in modeling.

Writing new tutorials

To write a new tutorial, follow these instructions.