RosettaScripts: A Scripting Language Interface to the Rosetta Macromolecular Modeling Suite

@inproceedings{Fleishman2011RosettaScriptsAS,
  title={RosettaScripts: A Scripting Language Interface to the Rosetta Macromolecular Modeling Suite},
  author={Sarel Jacob Fleishman and Andrew Leaver-Fay and Jacob E Corn and Eva-Maria Strauch and Sagar D. Khare and Nobuyasu Koga and Justin Ashworth and Paul Murphy and Florian Richter and Gordon Lemmon and Jens Meiler and David Baker},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2011}
}
Macromolecular modeling and design are increasingly useful in basic research, biotechnology, and teaching. However, the absence of a user-friendly modeling framework that provides access to a wide range of modeling capabilities is hampering the wider adoption of computational methods by non-experts. RosettaScripts is an XML-like language for specifying modeling tasks in the Rosetta framework. RosettaScripts provides access to protocol-level functionalities, such as rigid-body docking and… CONTINUE READING
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