Directory Structure


The directory structure of VFLP is as the as for for VirtualFlow in general (as described here).

The input-files Folder

What is specific for VFLP is that the input-files folder does not contain anything, except possibly the input ligand collection, which can also be stored at another location (as specifiable in the control file). The reason that the input-files folder does not need to contain anything is that the external programs which are used by VFLP do not need any input files except the ligands.

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