Download RADDOSE-3D here

Downloading the program is the best way to run RADDOSE-3D. Download the jar file and create an input file in the same directory called MyInput.txt. Run by navigating to this directory in the command prompt and use the command java -jar raddose3d.jar -i MyInput.txt

Help on how to run and create an input file can be found here


Additionally, RADDOSE-3D can be run with limited functionality using the options below

RADDOSE-3D - user-friendly interface

RADDOSE-3D - define a new job manually

News

02.01.2017

RADDOSE-3D now simulates SAXS experiments. The release is now available on Github.

27.10.2016

We have added some tips for running RADDOSE-3D, which should help for cases when the default values will give misleading/null results.

22.06.2015

RADDOSE-3D version 1.2.467 fixes an issue that caused the program to crash if heavy atoms in the solvent were not specified.

18.12.2014

We have now released the RADDOSE-3D version 1.2.427 source code at GitHub. This version also includes an updated user guide.

11.12.2014

Several improvments to functionality have been incorporated into RADDOSE-3D version 1.2.415. The absorption coefficient calculation is more accurate, particularly for structures containing nucleic acids.

09.01.2014

Together with our paper Predicting the X-ray lifetime of protein crystals we released RADDOSE-3D version 1.1.1000, the first version to support Diffraction Weighted Dose (DWD).

20.10.2013

RADDOSE-3D version 1.0.994 fixes an issue that caused a single misplaced minus sign in large CSV outputs.

19.10.2013

We have just released RADDOSE-3D version 1.0.989. This version uses a more accurate algorithm to identify the TAD-95 dose quantile, especially in very low or high dose regimes.