Will be held in London UK on Nov 15, 2013.
Title is "Tools and Strategies to Find Chemical Probes for Your Protein - The Role of Computer-Aided Drug Discovery"
This workshop is FREE to members of the Biochemical Society and the Royal Society of Chemistry, and reasonably priced for everyone else.
Be there aloha.
We think we fixed it, still testing. Symptom was the ligand control would not dock "DOCK failure". This could be among the shortest DOCK Blaster outages on record.
We have exciting new stuff in the pipeline, just submitting the paper, and once accepted, you'll be able to see it.
license updated. Service returning to normal. Thanks for your patience.
Dear docking.org fans
Our OpenEye license has expired, and so a lot of things are currently broken. We are working with OpenEye to get this sorted out quickly, and hope to be back to normal working conditions very soon.
Is there any way to download the 2D images of compounds? I only see options to download .smi, .mol2, .sdf,...
I want to automatically download the images of several compounds.
Hi DOCK Blaster fans
I believe DOCK Blaster is working now. I am so sorry about the recent trouble.
I will go through all my mail as I continue testing for the next 24 hours. However, by far the simplest solution is to resubmit any job that has had trouble, and, if there is still trouble, then let me know again.
So, 24 hours of testing, and then I'll let you know if I still think it is fixed.
I will also reply to all the other questions about libraries etc.
It probably was on Saturday, while trying to introduce improvements. I am working assiduously to restore service today. Thank you for your patience.
Dear patient and kind DOCK Blaster users
Due to a typo pointing to a missing file, all the jobs submitted in the past two weeks or so have been hanging indefinitely. Obviously I need to do more testing when I start introducing new features to make sure the existing code still works. very sorry!
Please resubmit your jobs and let me know if you have any more problems.
I will be more careful going forward.