[Owl-devel] new interface ResidueContactScoringFunction

Dan Bolser dan.bolser at gmail.com
Thu Apr 29 19:38:09 EDT 2010

Not sure if this is the right list to get into details on this, but anyway...

Sorry for the noob questions, I'm very new to Java / Eclipse. I have
checked the project into my workspace, and navigated to the
ResidueContactScoringFunction interface. When marked I hit ctrl-t to
list the implementors (I'm very much at the stage where I need to
stare at example code), however, nothing is listed. Is this because
nothing yet implements the interface?

Below you mention that you have two scoring functions almost ready...
which classes are they in? I'd like to work on trying to make them
implement the interface.

My goal is to be able to implement residue-residue scoring functions
from the literature.

Sorry for the basic questions!


On 26 April 2010 12:22, Henning Stehr <stehr at molgen.mpg.de> wrote:
> Hi all,
> folllowing a discussion on cmview-devel:
> There is now an interface ResidueContactScoringFunction in the new
> package owl.core.structure.scoring.
> The idea is to implement different scoring functions in this package
> such that they can be used in a standard
> way in CMView and any other projects which can make use of contact
> based protein scoring. We have two such
> scoring functions almost ready (in owl.decoyscoring) and DeltaRank and
> GMBP could at least potentially also be
> used in the same way. The nice thing is that once the basic
> visualization code is implemented in CMView (which
> is also in principle there and just needs to be adapted to use the
> interface), new scoring function could easily
> be plugged in and could then also be reused in other projects such as
> decoy scoring.
> So, please consider using this interface if you are working on scoring
> functions in CMView or other projects.
> Cheers,
> Henning
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