Web-Ice Manual (pdf)
Introduction to Web-Ice
A brief introduction to Web-Ice
What is needed to run Web-Ice?
How to start Web-Ice
Selecting an Image File
Displaying the diffraction resolution
Adjusting Image Display
Analyzing the image
Autoindex and strategy calculation
The Runs page
Generating a new run
Executing the run
Viewing the run results
Initiating data collection
Starting a processing run
Running data processing
Automated data processing
Reprocessing the data
Saving the Preferences
Image Viewer Configuration
Q. I have typed the name of the image file in the File input box, but the JPEG file is not displayed and the right frame displays ''Failed to load image header''
Q. I get an HTTP error when trying to display or refresh a page
Q. In the Autoindex tab, the ''Runs'' table does not get loaded properly (the fields for the runs are empty); when trying to display the run contents, the browser displays an impersonation server error
Q. When I try to collect images or export a run to Blu-Ice, I get an error message saying that there are too many runs already. What does this mean?
Q. When I change the oscillation angle before Exporting the run to Blu-Ice, the exposure time changes when I recalculate the dose
Q. Autoindex/Screening fails with a MOSFLM error. What has happened?
Q. What do the System Errors displayed in the Spreadsheet mean?
Q. My crystal is pseudo-cubic, with the true symmetry being rhombohedral. I want to use Web-Ice to calculate the phi-rotation strategy, so I tried entering the known Laue group and unit cell in to the Autoindex run setup. This failed. Autoindexing also failed when I gave just the Laue group. How can I get the right strategy?
Q. How can I verify that the data collection strategy is calculated correctly?
Q. My buffer contains 1M NaCl and I have very small crystals. How do I account for that in the dose calculation?
Q. Why is the predicted resolution lower than I expected?
Technical questions: Webmaster
Content questions: Ana Gonzalez
Last modified:Wednesday, 12-Jul-2017 17:51:02 PDT.