What determines number of steps in model?

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Message 1454 - Posted: 2 May 2006, 2:40:13 UTC
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What determines the number of steps in a model? I mean longer proteins have more steps, but then some of the steps are for full atom relax, so if the WU is programmed not to do that stage, then that\'s less steps than if you did.

...botom line, when the WU is built, do you know how many steps it will take to complete a model?

...and if so, or if at least you can make an estimate within 1%, why not show that on the graphic?? And in the progress %? Or at least in the graphic show a \"% of model complete\"

Model:1
Step: 10,123 of 97,654
% of model: 10.37%

This would help people see the WU is progressing, and avoid a lot of \"hangs\" because it\'s \"stuck\" on the % shown when \"full atom relax\" kicks in.
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