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NAME

       psize - Get dimensions and other information from PQR files

SYNOPSIS

       psize [--cfact=value] [--fadd=value] [--space=value] [--gememfac=value]
             [--gememceil=value] [--ofrac=value] [--redfac=value] {pqrfile}

       psize {--help | -h}

DESCRIPTION

       psize derives information from PQR files to preprare the models of proteins and chemicals
       for electrostatics calculations. The tool calculates dimensions for coarse and fine grids,
       grid spacings, box size and estimates the memory required to perform an electrostatics
       calculation.

       The calculation of this information can be influenced by giving constraints to psize as
       parameters.

OPTIONS

       psize accepts the following options:

       --help, -h
           Print a help message and exit.

       --cfact=value
           Factor by which to expand the molecule dimensions to get the coarse grid dimensions

       --fadd=value
           Amount to add to the molecule dimensions to get the fine grid dimensions.

       --space=value
           Desired fine mesh resolution.

       --gememfac=value
           Number of bytes per grid point required for sequential MG calculation.

       --gememceil=value
           Maximum MB allowed for sequential MG calculation. Adjust this to force the script to
           perform faster calculations (which require more parallelism).

       --ofrac=value
           Overlap factor between mesh partitions.

       --redfac=value
           Maximum factor by which a domain dimension can be reduced during focusing.

SEE ALSO

       apbs(1), pdb2pqr(1)

AUTHOR

       Manuel Prinz <debian@pinguinkiste.de>
           Wrote this manpage for the Debian System.

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright © 2008 Manuel Prinz