filename_01.ps } filename_02.ps } filename_03.ps } One PostScript file per plot ... filename_10.ps }where filename is the root name of the original PDB file.
You can make these filenames more self-descriptive by opting to add File-handles to the names. The output filename become:-
filename_01_ramachand.ps - Ramchandran plot filename_02_ramglypro.ps - Gly & Pro Ramchandran plot ... etc.
The full list of descriptors is given in File-handles.
The plots show each of the different PROCHECK 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 are given in Sample plots.
.lan Main-chain bond lengths and bond angles used by the plotting programs .nb List of atom-pairs making near-neighbour contacts .new "Cleaned-up" version of the original coordinates file .pln Coordinates of atoms in planar groups .rin Residue information used by the plotting programs .sco Main-chain and side-chain properties .sdh Residue-by-residue G-factors .sum PROCHECK summary results
Most of these files are used internally by the PROCHECK suite and are unlikely to be of much use to you. The more informative ones are the following:-
anglen.log clean.log pplot.log tplot.log bplot.log nb.log secstr.log