relax: dynamics analysis, model-free analysis, relaxation data, R1 and R2 exponential curve-fitting, steady-state NOE calculation, reduced spectral density mapping, relaxation dispersion, N-state model, frame order dynamics theories, stereochemistry, conformational analysis, organic molecules, proteins, RNA, DNA, sugars, and other biomolecules.

relax - Molecular dynamics by NMR data analysis

Analysis software for: Model-free, NMR relaxation (R1, R2, NOE), reduced spectral density mapping, relaxation dispersion, N-state models, frame order theory.

Interacting with the relax community

Bug Tracker

One of the philosophies in the construction of relax is that if there is something which is not immediately obvious, then that is considered a design bug. If any flaws in relax are uncovered, including general design flaws, bugs in the code, documentation issues, etc, these can be reported within relax's bug tracker system. Please do not report bugs to personal email addresses or to the mailing lists.

The relax mailing lists

A number of relax mailing lists exist, each serving a different purpose. These include the announcement list, the relax users list, the relax development list, and the relax committers list.

relax-announce

The relax announcement list, relax-announce at gna.org, is reserved for important announcements about the program including the release of new program versions. The amount of traffic on this list is relatively low. If you would like to receive information about relax you can subscribe to the list by vising the relax-announce information page. The announcements can be browsed in one of the official relax mailing list archives:

relax-users

If you would like to ask questions about relax, discuss certain features, receive help, or to communicate on any other subject related to relax, the mailing list relax-users at gna.org is the place to post your message. To subscribe to the list, go to the relax-users information page. The messages can be browsed in one of the official relax mailing list archives:

relax-devel

Another mailing list exists for posts relating to the development of relax. The list is relax-devel at gna.org and to subscribe, go to the relax-devel information page. Feature requests, program design, or any other posts relating to relax's structure or code should be sent to this list instead. The messages can be browsed in one of the official relax mailing list archives:

relax-commits

One last mailing list is the relax commits list. This list is reserved for automatically generated posts created by the version control software which looks after the relax source code and these web pages. If you would like to become a developer, you can subscribe to the list at relax-commits information page. The messages can be browsed in one of the official relax mailing list archives:

Responding to messages

Remember to hit 'respond to all' so that the mailing list is included in the CC field when replying to a message on these lists. Otherwise your message will only be sent to the original poster and will not return to the list. Posts will only be accepted if sent to the relax-users or relax-devel mailing lists.