RE: How to make one fit from two experiments

2016-01-03 Thread Jens Fuglsang Ringsholm
Hey.

i tried to follow the analyse in GUI tutorial:
http://wiki.nmr-relax.com/Tutorial_for_Relaxation_dispersion_analysis_cpmg_fixed_time_recorded_on_varian_as_fid_interleaved

but i cant find the relax_2_spins.py script.

Jens
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RE: How to make one fit from two experiments

2015-12-19 Thread Jens Fuglsang Ringsholm
The experiments are CPMG at 750 Mhz and 600 Mhz. i have followed the tutorial:
http://wiki.nmr-relax.com/Tutorial_for_Relaxation_dispersion_analysis_cpmg_fixed_time_recorded_on_varian_as_fid_interleaved

for each experiment separately, which works fine. Now i want to analyse the 
experiments together to improve the fits on each residue.

I have tried to merge the ncyc.txt and peaks_list_max_dx1_dy1.ser from each 
spectrum and run relax but i cant make that work.

hope you can help

Jens
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Re: How to make one fit from two experiments.

2015-12-18 Thread Edward d'Auvergne
Hi Jens,

Welcome to the relax mailing lists!  For you question, you may need to
be more specific about which type of experiment, as relax can analyse
data from many different unrelated NMR experiments.  Not only that,
but there are many different types of dynamics analysis that can be
performed on the same data.  For a full list, see:

http://www.nmr-relax.com/features.html

As for how to use relax, I would suggest looking at the relax manual.
For many of the analyses, you'll find step-by-step tutorials for using
relax either via the more commonly used scripting interface, or for
some analyses via the graphical user interface (GUI).  These should
help you get started, and will be sufficient for most analyses.  I
hope this helps.  Don't hesitate to ask if you have any other
questions.

Regards,

Edward




On 18 December 2015 at 12:20, Jens Fuglsang Ringsholm
 wrote:
> Hello
> i am an undergrad student trying to use relax for fitting two experiments 
> with the same protein, at different field strengths. Does relax have an 
> application for this and how do i use it?
>
> Jens Fuglsang Ringsholm
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