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       csb-precision - measure the precision and coverage of a fragment library


       usage: csb-precision [-h] -p PDB -n NATIVE [-c CHAIN] [-t TOP] [-C CPU]

       [-r RMSD] [-o OUTPUT] [-s]

       Measure the precision and coverage of a fragment library stored in Rosetta NNmake format.

   positional arguments:
              Fragment library file in Rosetta NNmake format

   optional arguments:
       -h, --help
              show this help message and exit

       -p PDB, --pdb PDB
              the PDB database (a directory containing all PDB files)

       -n NATIVE, --native NATIVE
              native structure of the target (PDB file)

       -c CHAIN, --chain CHAIN
              chain identifier (if not specified, the first chain)

       -t TOP, --top TOP
              read top N fragments per position (default=25)

       -C CPU, --cpu CPU
              maximum degree of parallelism (default=4)

       -r RMSD, --rmsd RMSD
              RMSD cutoff for precision and coverage (default=1.5)

       -o OUTPUT, --output OUTPUT
              output directory (default=.)

       -s, --save-structures
              create a PDB file for each fragment, superimposed over the native (default=False)


       This  manpage was written by Andreas Tille for the Debian distribution and can be used for
       any other usage of the program.