From: Chris Chipot (chipot_at_ks.uiuc.edu)
Date: Wed Dec 11 2019 - 11:28:37 CST
it is disheartening to read that you wasted three weeks of your time and
found the tutorial on protein-ligand binding "annoying" and "useless".
Perhaps can you teach everyone how to write a good tutorial, devoid of
"blah blah". Evidently, you must be an expert in the design and writing
of pedagogical material to be so openly critical.
On 12/11/19 6:12 PM, mohammad goodarzi wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I am sorry if this email bother you but seriously I found it very
> annoying tutorial and useless which led me to nothing. Either I am
> looking at wrong thing or I am doing something wrong. I just want to
> get to the right path. I am reading this tutorial
> I have a protein and a ligand and I have done docking already. now I
> want to make a better estimate of the binding, so I am thinking to do
> MD with NAMD.
> The only useful thing I found in that tutorial was figure page 9.
> So my question is that is there any tutorial that shows steps by step
> how to make the input and run NAMD for such calculations?
> Sorry again if this is naive question but after 3 weeks wasting my
> time on the above tutorial, I cannot even understand why they put such
> blah blah in their website
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