Thank you very much David, 

That helped a lot otherwise petunia takes so long to load the params folder 
to choose the files.

Best
Volkan.

1 Mart 2018 Perşembe 21:55:11 UTC-5 tarihinde David Shteynberg yazdı:
>
> The search result will be written to the directory containing the params 
> file.  Copy the params file to the directory you want your results to go 
> for example create a directory structure as follows
>
> C:\TPP\data\MyExperimentName1 
>
> Put you raw data and mzML files here
>
> C:\TPP\data\MyExperimentName1\data
>
> Put your comet params here
>
> C:\TPP\data\MyExperimentName1\comet 
>
> Put your tandem params here
>
> C:\TPP\data\MyExperimentName1\tandem
>
>
> Cheers,
> -David
>
>
> On Thu, Mar 1, 2018 at 5:17 PM, Volkix <xan...@gmail.com <javascript:>> 
> wrote:
>
>> Thank you David,
>>
>> I have hundreds of raw files to be analysed but I analyze them 
>> sequentially. I don't load parallel searches. But I guess I can load 
>> Interactparser parallel since it doesn't stresses the cpu too much. Another 
>> question out of the title actually, can I command via petunia to deploy the 
>> .pep.xml files of Xtandem or comet search results to a specific folder and 
>> not to params folder?
>>
>> Best
>> Volkan
>>
>> 1 Mart 2018 Perşembe 17:07:46 UTC-5 tarihinde David Shteynberg yazdı:
>>>
>>> Hi Volkan,
>>>
>>> InteractParser is not multithreaded.  Many search engines and some tools 
>>> in the TPP are.  The TPP is not very memory hungry, but this depends on the 
>>> size of your analysis files and how many file you analyze in one TPP run 
>>> together.
>>>
>>> Best,
>>> -David
>>>   
>>>
>>> On Thu, Mar 1, 2018 at 2:02 PM, Volkix <xan...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>
>>>> Hi all,
>>>>
>>>> Does anyone knows if interact parser support multi threading? I 
>>>> couldn't find any info about it. Beside that I have the feeling that TPP 
>>>> does not need too much memory but CPU power, so having lots of cores 
>>>> really 
>>>> helps to shorten the search times. Do you agree as well?
>>>>
>>>> Best 
>>>> Volkan
>>>>
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