easYPipe ‘summary’

This step can be run after several runs of ‘launch’ subcommands.

For each ‘launch’ subcommand, a ‘RESULT’ csv file is created that summarizes the corresponding results for each dataset (see here). So, if you have tried several options, you will have as many ‘RESULTS’ csv files.


Then, you probably want to compile all these results for a better view.


easypipe.py data summary [-h]


$ easypipe.py PROCESSED_DATA summary

What does it do ?

In the ‘RESULT’ folder, ‘summary’ creates a ‘SUMMARY’ csv file where all datasets results are compiled.

For each datasets, redondant results are deleted and the remaining ones are sorted according to:

  • ‘dataset’
  • ‘ligand search’
  • ‘mode’
  • ‘Ligand’ (found or not)
  • ‘Completeness’

This way, the first row of each dataset should be most of the time the best treatment to consider, but is always better to have a critical eye on information like completeness or resolution to be sure …