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Revisions №60405

branch: master 「№60405」
Commited by: Rocco Moretti
GitHub commit link: 「575629d6c9d3ca7a」 「№3483」
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Commit date: 2018-09-17 18:55:18
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Merge pull request #3483 from RosettaCommons/roccomoretti/seq_rec_metric Add a simple metric which can calculate sequence recovery. There's several options for how to calculate the sequence recovery. * Standard sequence recovery, which is calculated from a subset of residues, comparing their seqeunce with that of a specified reference structures (potentially a "native") * PSSM recovery - This is a pass/fail based approach from DeLuca et al 2011 - Basically, everything with a positive PSSM score is counted as "not a mutation" (No reference structure needed.) * Average PSSM score for designed residues. (No reference structure needed). * Delta PSSM score for designed residues (Uses reference structure.)