Release Notes: This release includes better pseudo-atom support, support for the value.write user function to allow model information to be written to a file, improvements to the 2D Grace plots, and fixes for missing log messages when running on a cluster using OpenMPI.
Release Notes: The handling of peak lists has been enhanced and chemical shifts can now be read into relax, there are a number of improvements throughout the GUI, and a number of minor bugs have been solved.
Release Notes: This is a minor bugfix release that resolves an important issue, introduced somewhere within the last few relax releases, whereby missing relaxation data is not handled properly in a model-free analysis. A number of other small bugs have also been fixed.
Release Notes: This is the Python super-compatibility release; relax will now run on Python 2.3 all the way to Python 3.3, a span of over 9 years of Python development. Some exceptions are Python 3.0 (as numpy and scipy are not compatible with that release), the execution of external programs in Python 2.3 not being supported, and the GUI currently not available on Python 3 due to the wxPython project not being compatible with this new Python design yet. A number of important bugfixes are also included.
Release Notes: This is a major feature release that introduces support from reading Bruker Protein Dynamics Centre (PDC) files. It also fixes a bug in the N-state model Q factor values when run in combination with Monte Carlo simulations for error analysis.
Release Notes: This is a very minor bugfix release that solves issues with the value.write() user function and with error analysis when performing relaxation curve-fitting.
Release Notes: This release fixes minor bugs in the consistency testing analysis and the compilation of the C modules in Windows when using Python 2.5. The relax manual has also had a minor facelift.