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  • 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
    station uptime 95%+ 95%+ 95%+ 95%+ 95%+ 95%+ 95%+ 95%+ 95%+ 95%+
    data files archived 7847 14914 20125 27295 47810 51884 51050 34845 38932 34632+
    repository capacity 0.7TB 1.6TB 2.4TB 5.3TB 6.5TB 8.3TB
    computers 23 62 62 61 61 53
    synchrotron data
    files archived
    36097 12771 11738 11487 29174
    synchrotron giga-
    bytes archived
    69 104 103 124 418
    Total data files currently archived: > 288327+

      Latest News in the X-ray Facility:

    • The Rigaku safety presentation should be viewed by all users of the X-ray facility. It is viewable with OpenOffice, and a few changes have been made to make the material more germane to our lab work.

    • Small molecule pdb structure files are available at Molecules@GNU-Darwin.org. They may require some minimization. The site will be offering minimized structures in due course.

    • There is now an externally accessible queue link.

    • General computing information for your evaluation.

    • Our software page has been update with ssh and file transfer examples.

    • X-ray lab policy changes result in high turnover for the Flea and Tick queues.

    • Job submission tutorial for r2d2, the star wars cluster.
    • X-ray lab queue system improved with automatic email notification and calendar view.

    • More than 3/4 terabyte has been added to the data repository, so that synchrotron data can be archived and backed up.

    • Our Software List has been updated and upgraded.
    • We have active archives of most structural biology related email forums.
    • Job submission tutorial for Queen, the hive.
    • News forum for facility-related news and discussion.

    • The X-ray lab is located at:

      Room 623, Wood Basic Science Building
      Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
      725 N. Wolfe St.
      Baltimore, MD 21205

      Last revised: Friday, 12-Dec-2014 13:37:42 EST
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