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
NEW! The recent Bio3D R package includes the basic functionality of GeoStaS and it's much easier to use in a batch mode.
=== IMPORTANT ===
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.
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.
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The work was done at: Interdisciplinary Centre for Mathematical and Computational Modelling (ICM), University of Warsaw, Poland
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