You can make these filenames more self-descriptive (ie so that you can more easily tell which plot is in which PostScript file) by opting to add File-handles to the names.
The plots show each of the different PROCHECK-NMR analyses generated by the run. They can be sent directly to a PostScript printer or viewed on a graphics or X Windows terminal.
Examples of all the plots produced by PROCHECK-NMR are given in Sample plots.
.ave Averaged coordinates of ensemble structure .edt Various values listed per residue .new "Cleaned-up" version of the original coordinates file .rin Residue information used by the plotting programs .rms Atomic r.m.s.d values from averaged coordinates .sum PROCHECK summary resultsMost of these files are used internally by the PROCHECK-NMR suite and are unlikely to be of much use to you. The more informative ones are the following:-
.new file The .new file holds the `cleaned-up' version of the original PDB file, with any wrong atom-labels corrected in accordance with the IUPAC naming conventions (IUPAC-IUB Commission of Biochemical Nomenclature, 1970). At present, for NMR structures, the clean-up process merely flags non-hydrogen atoms that should be renamed. It does not rename them as this would require renaming corresponding hydrogen atoms also.
.edt file The contents of the .edt file are:
A1 - Chain-id A5 - Residue number A3 - Residue name 6F7.3 - The 6 circular variance values for the phi, psi, chi1, chi2, phi-psi and chi1-chi2 distributions. 2F7.3 - Main-chain and side-chain deviations of this residue from the overall mean value 4F6.2 - The G-factors for the phi-psi, chi1-chi2, chi1 only, and the overall average.
aqpc.log clean.log rmsdev.log tplot.log aqua.log mplot.log secstr.log