ROTAPREP (CCP4: Unsupported Program)

NAME

rotaprep - produces an MTZ file in multirecord form suitable for input to SCALA.

SYNOPSIS

rotaprep hklin foo.mtz hklout foo.mtz
[Keyworded input]

DESCRIPTION

The rotaprep program has been replaced by COMBAT. Please use this alternative supported program. Rotaprep will be 'phased out'.

This program converts output from assorted data processing programs into a multirecord MTZ file suitable for input to the CCP4 scaling and merging programs (SCALA and TRUNCATE). Only mosflm writes such an MTZ file.

Input types accepted at present are: DATRED_RIGAKU, DENZO, JIMS, MTZF, MTZI, MUF, MUI, RAXISDUMP, SAINT, various SCALEPACK options , TEXHKL, TEXSAN, USER, WEISS, XDSFULL, XDSUNIQUE.

Some of these are quite rare, but it seems sensible to keep them. It would be trivial to extend the program for any format.

Warning: It is quite likely that the authors of processing programs will change their formats without telling CCP4. If you have any queries or knowledge of such changes please contact us.

Data Harvesting

Data harvesting (and some other functionality) relies on the existence of appropriate project and dataset names, and these should be assigned in ROTAPREP using the PNAME and DNAME keywords. These will be written to the the output MTZ file, and be inherited by subsequent programs.

INPUT FORMATS

The following arguments to the INPUT keyword are supported. The most commonly used arguments are those used to convert existing MTZ files, or options for DENZO or SCALEPACK outputs (keywords DENZO, SCAL_NM and SCAL_NM2). These are described first. The items in the descriptions of the format have the following interpretations:

h k l
Miller indices (possibly unique ones);
F sigF
Measured structure factor amplitude and its standard deviation;
I sigI
Measured intensity and its standard deviation;
delI sigdelI
Anomalous intensity difference and its standard deviation;
ident / ibatch
Batch number or equivalent;
mpart / fpart
Partiality flag (in some convention).

MTZI

Standard MTZ file containing h k l I sigI. It is possible to read in a standard MTZ format file containing h k l I sigI and produce a `multirecord' MTZ file. You may wish to use a set of processed data as a reference `batch' for SCALA.

MTZF

Standard MTZ file containing h k l F sigF. It is possible to read in a standard MTZ format file containing h k l F sigF and produce a `multirecord' MTZ file. You may wish to use a set of processed data as a reference `batch' for SCALA.

DENZO

Concatenated output files from DENZO. These contain HEADER blocks and reflection data. [h k l fsqp I sigI fpart phi] in format (3I4, 2X, 2F8.0, 7X, F6.0, 6X, 2F7.0, 14X, 2F6.0)

Care is needed when doing this, since no post-refinement has been done. We now prefer to run SCALEPACK to refine the cell and orientation, then either run DENZO again to re-integrate the images without re-refining the cell etc. (however there may still be problems with partiality flags), or output an unmerged file from scalepack (see keywords SCAL_NM and SCAL_NM2).

N.B. If using the commercialised Denzo identified like:
  HKL data processing system Version 1.0 FT1.31 Rev1.4

you need to use the Denzo command

  film york output file <filename>

to produce a suitable format for `rotaprep'. The `york' output can also be read into `scalepack' with

  format denzo_york1

SCAL_NM

Output from SCALEPACK option NOMERGE no partials [h k l ibatch isym I SigI (Fpart)] in format (4i4,i3,2f8.0,f7.2). Scales have been applied and partials summed. The Friedel pairs are separate in this case.

SCAL_NM2

Output from SCALEPACK option NOMERGE original indices [h k l h0 k0 l0 ibatch I SigI] in format (6I4,i6,7x,2f8.0). Scales have been applied and partials summed. The Friedel pairs are separate in this case.

DATRED_RIGAKU

[h k l F sigF] in format (3i4,4f8.1).

JIMS

MADNES for050 files (but using ABSURD is strongly preferred).
[h k l I sigI] in format (3i5,2f10.2).

MUI

For intensities output from the XENTRONICS and XENGEN data processing packages.
[format (3i4, 1x, F6.4, 6(1x,f8.2), 1x, i2).]

MUF

For amplitudes output from the XENTRONICS and XENGEN data processing packages.
[format (3i4, 1x, F6.4, 6(1x,f8.2), 1x, i2).]

RAXISDUMP

Output from Raxis READBF of mergefile.
[mpart h k l I sigI ibatch] in format (21x, I4, 4x, 3i4, 8x, 2f10.3, i4).

Note: if you use the `log' file produced under unix rather than the `output' file you may need to change the format to eat an extra space, i.e. start it with `22x'. Note also that you may find alternative processing packages to be better than the Raxis software.

SAINT

Output from SAINT, one batch only (not fully tested).

SCALEPACK

Output from SCALEPACK [h k l I+ SigI+ I- SigI-] in format (3i4,4f8.0).

N.B. This is not a very useful option. It is better to run SCALEPACK2MTZ and TRUNCATE on the scalepack output, then use the MTZI option with the truncate output.

TEXSAN

Output from TEXSAN data processing package for Rigaku diffractometer.
[h k l ident I sigI] in format (3i4, i3, 5x, f8.1, f7.1).

TEXHKL

Output from TEXSAN data processing package for Rigaku diffractometer.
[h k l I sigI scale] in format (3x, 3i4, 2F10.2, 29x, F7.4).

USER

ASCII data file in a user-defined format, see LABEL and FORMAT keywords.

WEISS

Output from the WEISS data processing package for Japanese Weissenberg data. [h k l mpart I sigI ident] in format (5x, 4i4, 2f8.2, i10).

XDSUNIQUE

Output from Kabsch's XDS data processing package (or the MAR Research version) in the standard text file UNIQUE.HKL from the CORRECT stage. [The output of the MARSCALE program (and possibly the original XSCALE) can also be put in this form, although there is probably no reason to prefer these to scala]. This file contains symmetry averaged reflection intensities and anomalous differences after scaling.
[h k l I sigI delI sigdelI] in format (3I5, 4E12.4)

Since UNIQUE output is scaled and merged, it is sensible to use `f2mtz' to produce an MTZ file for direct input to `truncate'.

XDSFULL

Output from Kabsch's XDS data processing package (or the MAR Research version) in the standard direct access binary file XDS.HKL from the CORRECT stage. This contains scaled intensities of all reflections before symmetry averaging. Note that this file type will not be generally portable between computer systems - run `rotaprep' on the system which generated xds.hkl.

DESCRIPTION OF THE OUTPUT MTZ FILE

The output file has the column labels:

H K L
Miller indices.
M/ISYM
256*M + ISYM, where the partiality flag M=0 for fully recorded reflexions and M=1 for partials, and ISYM is the symmetry number.
BATCH
Batch (serial) number for this film/image.
I, sigI
Corrected integrated intensity and its standard deviation.
FRACTIONCAL
This is Calculated fraction recorded*1000 (>500 if partial more than half present). For most inputs FRACTIONCAL is a dummy set to 3000 or 501 for a partial.
RATDELSD
1000*ratio of worst delta(I)/STD.DEVN found within a film pack.
IPR, sigIPR
is meant to be corrected profile-fitted intensity and SD. Here IPR and sigIPR are set equal to I and sigI if there is no appropriate information input.
XDET, YDET, ROT
Detector position and PHI angle. This information is available for DENZO & SAINT only.

KEYWORDED INPUT

Available keywords are:

ADDBATCH, BATCH, CELL, DETECTOR, DNAME, END, FORMAT, INPUT, LABEL, LABIN, MISBATCH, MONITOR, PHIRANGE, PNAME, REINDEX, REJECT, RESOLUTION, SCALE, SYMMETRY, TITLE

Compulsory input keywords for some options:

INPUT <type>

The allowed <type>s are those listed above.

BATCH <batch number>

This specifies the `batch' number for data in the multirecord MTZ output. (BATCH is not required for DENZO, SCAL_NM, SCAL_NM2, SAINT or USER input if a batch column is present in the input file. It is not required for WEISS or TEXSAN inputs but if given it will override the IDENT value.)

CELL <a> <b> <c> [ <alpha> <beta> <gamma> ]

Cell dimensions in Angstroems and angles in degrees; the angles default to 90 degrees. This keyword is not compulsory for MTZF, MTZI, SCAL_NM or DENZO input, but if given it will override the cell dimensions from the file headers. This keyword is compulsory for other input types.

LABIN <program label> = <file label> ...

Only compulsory for MTZF or MTZI input.
Column assignments for conventional labels F and SIGF are required for MTZF input, or for I and SIGI for MTZI input.

LABEL <file label 1> <file label 2> ...

Column assignments for user-defined input format (INPUT USER). <file label n> must be chosen from H, K, L, M, BATCH, I, SIGI (or F, SIGF), IPR, SIGIPR, FRACTION and given in the order in which they occur in the input file. The indices H, K, L are compulsory. M is optional and defaults to 0, i.e. fully recorded reflexions. The batch number should either be read in from a BATCH column or taken from the BATCH keyword (the former takes precedence if both are present). Either I, SIGI or F, SIGF must be given; if the latter, then F is squared and I/SIGI output. The remaining columns IPR, SIGIPR, FRACTION are optional.

SYMMETRY <SG number> | <SG symbol>

Specifies the spacegroup for the data. Compulsory if not MTZF or MTZI input.

Optional input keywords:

For input types which contain batch number information the following three keywords determine the transformation of the input numbers:

ADDBATCH <offset>

<offset> is added to all input batch numbers (default 0).

MISBATCH <batch1> <batch2> ...

For inputs with batch information e.g. DENZO, then the number of batch headers written to the MTZ file is from the maximum batch value to the minimum. If some batches are missing, in this range, then use the MISBATCH keyword to exclude them from the header. This keyword can only be used once and is not for excluding batches from the data.

PHIRANGE <divisions>

(DENZO only, default 1.) Each batch is split into a number <divisions> of divisions for scaling. The output batch number will be:
<divisions>*(batch - 1) + phi_step_counter + <offset>

FORMAT <format string>

Supply a format specifier for user-defined input (see INPUT USER). The argument must be a valid FORTRAN fixed format string, such as might be given in a FORMAT statement, including the brackets and quoted. E.g.:
   FORMAT '(6(6X,F8.3))'
will read records comprising six numbers each preceded by a six-character-wide field which will be skipped. It is not possible to read more than one reflexion from each input line. Make sure the format is reading real numbers (F), and not integers (I)! If your input file contains integers, read them with e.g. F6.0 rather than I6. Make use of the X descriptor to skip unwanted columns. Under Unix, the cut (1) command may be useful for reformatting the input columns if, for instance, the relevant fields aren't in fixed positions. If the FORMAT keyword is not given for user-defined input, then the default format specifier '*' is used.

PNAME <project name>

[default: 'unknown']
This keyword can be used to assign a project name for HKLOUT. For input options MTZF and MTZI, a project name given by this keyword overrides any in HKLIN.
This keyword is not compulsory, but is advisable to obtain a sensible name.
A dataset, as listed in the MTZ header, is specified by a project-name/dataset-name pair. The project-name specifies a particular structure solution project, while the dataset-name specifies a particular dataset contributing to the structure solution. An entry in the PNAME keyword should therefore be accompanied by a corresponding entry in the DNAME keyword.

DNAME <dataset name>

[default: 'unknownddmmyy']
This keyword can be used to assign a dataset name for HKLOUT. For input options MTZF and MTZI, a dataset name given by this keyword overrides any in HKLIN.
This keyword is not compulsory, but is advisable to obtain a sensible name rather than 'unknownddmmyy' (where ddmmyy is the date, with no spaces).
A dataset, as listed in the MTZ header, is specified by a project-name/dataset-name pair. The project-name specifies a particular structure solution project, while the dataset-name specifies a particular dataset contributing to the structure solution. An entry in the DNAME keyword should therefore be accompanied by a corresponding entry in the PNAME keyword.

MONITOR <nmon>

Every <nmon>-th reflection is monitored (printed out). Default: no monitoring.

REJECT <hrej> <krej> <lrej>

The arguments specify indices of reflections to be excluded from the output file (these indices should lie in the spacegroup's chosen asymmetric unit). All reflections equivalent to this set of indices will be rejected. This is a desperate measure to weed out bad reflections (usually overloads) without repeating the data processing. This line can be repeated up to 200 times.

REINDEX <transformation>

<transformation> specifies how to transform the original indices for the output. It is specified in the form k,h,-l; h,-k,-h/2-1/2; etc. The default is no transformation.

RESOLUTION <resmin> [ <resmax> ]

Rejects reflections outside the given resolution range in Ås or 4s**2/lambda**2.

SCALE <scale>

The input intensities are multiplied by <scale> (default 1.0).

TITLE <title>

<title> is written to the output file.

DETECTOR <xmin> <xmax> <ymin> <ymax>

limits of detector coordinates XDET, YDET. These are needed for the detector scaling options in Scala.

END

to finish.

SEE ALSO

scala, f2mtz, Data Harvesting, CAD, `The marxds marscale manual', MAR Research.

EXAMPLES

rotaprep HKLIN raxis.dump HKLOUT junk.mtz << +
CELL 63 63 264 90 90 90
MONITOR 1000 
BATCH 1                # first batch number
INPUT RAXISDUMP
RESOLUTION 0 0.137
SYMMETRY 89
TITLE   Test rota_prep
PNAME myproject
DNAME native
END 
+
/y/ccp4/cadd/junk/rotaprep                       \
HKLIN ~rick/ESRF/pcrb/pcrb5_e1.sca \
HKLOUT $SCRATCH/pcrb5_e1.mtz    \
<< 'END-mtzrwrot' 
MONI 10000 
INPUT SCAL_NM2
ADDBATCH 0
CELL 92.004  92.004 175.229  90.000  90.000  90.000
SYMM P41212
TITLE Test on Scalepack - NoMerge- Original Indices L1
PNAME myproject
DNAME native
END 
'END-mtzrwrot'
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AUTHOR

Eleanor Dodson, University of York