Download and run RADDOSE-3D - recommended:
- Click here for the latest RADDOSE-3D release
- Download the latest jar file
- Create a plain-text input file in the same directory as your downloaded jar file. See here for tips on writing the file.
- To run, navigate 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
Additional ways to run RADDOSE-3D:A simpler way to run RADDOSE-3D for new users, and for the automatic generation of 3D dose maps, is via the manual interface. Note that functions requiting file uploads cannot be used with the manual interface.
- Click here for an online manual interface
Keep up to date with our newest source code:RADDOSE-3D is continously in development and the Garman Group is still adding new features to our code. Our most up to date code base is openly available on GitHub. Feel free to download our newest code, run it, or even modify it.
Current developments are ongoing by our team in the following areas:
- Inclusion of a full 3D model for photoelectron and fluorescent X-ray escape from the crystal
- The implementation of circular and elliptical beam collimations
- Adaption of RADDOSE-3D to small molecule experiments
If you have any queries regarding these functionalities, please contact us and we can provide a working jar version of our developmental code!
User guide and help:
We have a new release of the RADDOSE-3D that can now calculate fluorescent escape and simualte photoelectrons produced in the crystal and surrounding material. Source code available on GitHub.
We have a new release of the RADDOSE-3D source code available on GitHub.
We have a new publication on our recent developments in RADDOSE-3D.
We have added some tips for running RADDOSE-3D, which should help for cases when the default values will give misleading/null results.
RADDOSE-3D version 1.2.467 fixes an issue that caused the program to crash if heavy atoms in the solvent were not specified.
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.
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).
RADDOSE-3D version 1.0.994 fixes an issue that caused a single misplaced minus sign in large CSV outputs.
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.