1. Julia Romanowska
  2. GeoStaS




The software lets you analyze PDB conformations (in PDB or DCD format) to learn about possible movement correlations and get a visually nice division of a macromolecule into so-called Dynamic Domains. The software is free and distributed with the GNU GPL ver.3.0

You can download the program and documentation from the Download tab on the left, or get the source code by cloning the repository or just using the Source tab.

NEW! The recent Bio3D R package includes the basic functionality of GeoStaS and it's much easier to use in a batch mode.


The version 1.1 had minor mistakes that affected the results when choosing the "Nearest-Neighbors" clustering method. This has been recognized and updated - please, use version 1.2 or 0.9 for a correct output.


Please cite!

The article describing the methodology in detail is now published in Journal of Theoretical Chemistry and Computation! Check it out! Please, cite this article when using GeoStaS.

Comments? Questions? Send me an e-mail!

Julia Romanowska

The work was done at: Interdisciplinary Centre for Mathematical and Computational Modelling (ICM), University of Warsaw, Poland

You can find current information about my work here.