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Message 28985 - Posted 6 Oct 2006 20:20:24 UTC
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You can now view energy vs rmsd plots for active work units. To view your results, click on the "Results" link under "Returning participants" on the home page. To view results from the top users, hosts, and teams, click on the "Rank" numbers on the respective leader lists. The data gets updated daily.

We'd like to thank Stuart Ozer from Microsoft Research for helping us develop this feature.

Please post comments, questions, and suggestions here.

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Message 28988 - Posted 6 Oct 2006 20:58:42 UTC - in response to Message ID 28985.

Please post comments, questions, and suggestions here.


One of my results listed is boxed in dark gray. What's the significance?
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Message 28989 - Posted 6 Oct 2006 21:06:53 UTC

results are highlighted if your lowest rmsd or score is the lowest of all predictions for the particular work unit. The lists are sorted by the difference between your lowest rmsd and the lowest from everyone by default.

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Message 28991 - Posted 6 Oct 2006 21:23:47 UTC - in response to Message ID 28985.
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You can now view energy vs rmsd plots for active work units. To view your results, click on the "Results" link under "Returning participants" on the home page. To view results from the top users, hosts, and teams, click on the "Rank" numbers on the respective leader lists. The data gets updated daily.

We'd like to thank Stuart Ozer from Microsoft Research for helping us develop this feature.

Please post comments, questions, and suggestions here.
WOW, great - thanks to all who worked on this ! However, there seem to be "%00"s interspersed between all the characters of the BatchID and SubBatchName string and I need to remove them manually for the query to work:

http://boinc.bakerlab.org/rosetta/rah_results.php?BatchID=%001%002%005%002%00&
SubBatchName=%001%00u%00t%00g%00_%00_%00B%00O%00I%00N%00C%00_%00F%00I%00L%00T%00E%00R
%00S%00_%00A%00B%00R%00E%00L%00A%00X%00_%00S%00A%00V%00E%00_%00A%00L%00L%00_%00
O%00U%00T%00_%00f%00r%00a%00g%00s%008%003%00_%00&UserID=2080

EDIT: line breaks added
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Message 28993 - Posted 6 Oct 2006 22:00:00 UTC - in response to Message ID 28991.

Mine looks like a bunch of gobblety gook as well.
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Message 28994 - Posted 6 Oct 2006 22:15:18 UTC

that's odd. can you send me the html source where you are seeing this? dekim at u dot washington dot edu

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Message 28996 - Posted 6 Oct 2006 23:29:10 UTC

Using Firefox to view

http://boinc.bakerlab.org/rosetta/rah_results.php?UserID=38837

I get boxes between each character under the Active Work Units using FF; while the same page under IE 6 sp1 looks fine.

So the M$ guy has hamstrung the page for anyone that's not using a M$ product. *grin*
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Message 28997 - Posted 6 Oct 2006 23:40:46 UTC

I think I fixed it. Let me know if anyone is still having this problem. It was an issue with the text data returned from the report server.

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Message 28998 - Posted 7 Oct 2006 0:00:18 UTC - in response to Message ID 28997.

I think I fixed it. Let me know if anyone is still having this problem. It was an issue with the text data returned from the report server.
Yes, it's ok now on firefox - thanks, -H.

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Message 28999 - Posted 7 Oct 2006 1:56:00 UTC

Very cool feature. I like.
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Message 29001 - Posted 7 Oct 2006 2:52:28 UTC

Wow! The graphs are awesome!
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Message 29003 - Posted 7 Oct 2006 8:24:39 UTC

Very impressive. A bit like playing battleships. One near miss, but a lot way off the board.

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Message 29006 - Posted 7 Oct 2006 11:49:26 UTC

A very, very nice feature! Thanks to everyone who worked on this.

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Message 29044 - Posted 8 Oct 2006 16:04:59 UTC

Displays just fine on my Firefox 1.5.0.7 Nice work.
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Message 29061 - Posted 8 Oct 2006 22:33:13 UTC - in response to Message ID 29044.

Oh yeah, I was wondering if any data on that page will be lost when the associated results are purged from the BOINC database.

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Message 29069 - Posted 9 Oct 2006 6:06:22 UTC

The data should exist longer than results in the BOINC database. It's stored in a separate database and will probably get purged a week or so after results are no longer returned.

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Message 29073 - Posted 9 Oct 2006 7:07:41 UTC

This may be a dumb question, but is the top work unit in the RESULTS list the one where we're closest to having the best result? And it's sorted that way down the list?
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Message 29087 - Posted 9 Oct 2006 15:55:41 UTC - in response to Message ID 29073.

This may be a dumb question, but is the top work unit in the RESULTS list the one where we're closest to having the best result? And it's sorted that way down the list?


Yes, see David Kim's prior post
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Message 29091 - Posted 9 Oct 2006 19:32:10 UTC
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Very cool feature! I like it :-)
Good job.
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Message 29094 - Posted 10 Oct 2006 0:45:38 UTC - in response to Message ID 29069.

The data should exist longer than results in the BOINC database. It's stored in a separate database and will probably get purged a week or so after results are no longer returned.


Thanks for the reply. I've decided to bump up Rosetta share and see how good/useful my predictions can get.

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Message 29208 - Posted 11 Oct 2006 23:55:11 UTC

This is yet another example of how great this project is at connecting volunteers to the direct results of their effort. Thanks for adding a feature that's so rewarding and fun!

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Message 29355 - Posted 15 Oct 2006 0:02:20 UTC

Would it be possible to view these same plots for teams?
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Message 29357 - Posted 15 Oct 2006 0:19:02 UTC

yes. your teams ploats are here:

http://boinc.bakerlab.org/rosetta/rah_results.php?TeamID=79
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Message 29380 - Posted 15 Oct 2006 10:12:43 UTC
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love it!

is there a way to display your team results if you don't know the team number? I can't find a path to it from the homepage.

Also, would it be relatively easy to add the user field to the team page as I can't see a way of working out which result is who's?
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Message 29382 - Posted 15 Oct 2006 12:05:26 UTC - in response to Message ID 29380.

is there a way to display your team results if you don't know the team number? I can't find a path to it from the homepage.


If you click on the person's name in the box on the left side of their message, (including your own), it'll pull up the Account data page. Hover over the team name, and it'll show you the team number. If that display bar is hidden, click on the team and the url on the new page will show the team number.

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Message 56762 - Posted 7 Nov 2008 17:37:12 UTC

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Message 58102 - Posted 21 Dec 2008 21:14:31 UTC

Question for the Mods: am I right that these plots currently are not being updated?

In my case at least the "last update" field shows "2008-11-11" and I can't see any results of my most recent tasks...

The same goes for the "predictor of the day" on the main site - last time it was updated on the 30-11-08.

Good Luck with Rosetta and Merry Christmas. :)
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Message 58106 - Posted 22 Dec 2008 6:53:35 UTC

I believe you are correct on both counts Aegis. Thanks for pointing it out. I'll see if we can get those updated and restarted.
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