[Proteopedia] NMR format, bot tasks
ralf at ark.in-berlin.de
Sun Feb 8 12:39:14 EST 2009
Let's tackle that first idea first.
> That's a really great idea if it can be done well. How would you suggest
> doing this (of course automatically)? Let's say you're on the page for
> 1ea5, do you want to list, on the page for 1ea5, all other pages that link
> to 1ea5? Or all other pages that link to 1ea5 but are not PDB-entry pages?
I want all those pages where that structure is displayed, the
algorithm would be like this:
- define a container holding a data structure with 1. protein
structure names 2. list of strings (later holding the topic
page names). The container key is 1.
- for all topic page names
-- load the page
--- for any scene or STRUCTURE statement, append the page name
to the appropriate data structure in the container
- for all data structures in the container having names appended
-- load the structure page
--- complete the entries there (should be agreed upom the format
> I'm just worried that such an automatically generated list might, in some
> instances, be long and irrelevant. Of course as you've said, the person
> who created the Topic page should link from the topic page to the PDB entry
> page and vice versa, but they will sometimes neglect to do this.
I just see that PDBsum links to Proteopedia structures but those who
follow that link will not benefit from the work done on the topic pages.
> Good to know! Let's brainstorm this idea a bit further before talking about
> implementation. As Jaime said, there are currently no user-owned bots on
> Proteopedia, so, at least for now, we would run your bot for you.
Jaime and me are already in discussion about details. I would have to
think about how I would test it here, but see no big problems.
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