Who is Using OpenStructure?
CAMEO - Continuous Automated Model Evaluation
CAMEO started as a service to automatically evaluate the accuracy and reliability of various protein structure prediction services in a continuous manner. It has now been extended to assess Ligand Binding Site Residue Predictions as well (still on beta site). More categories like quality assessment of protein structures are in planning.
QMEAN - Quality Assessment of Protein Structures
The QMEAN server provides access to two scoring functions successfully tested at the eighth round of the community-wide blind test experiment CASP. The user can choose between the composite scoring function QMEAN, which derives a quality estimate on the basis of the geometrical analysis of single models, and the clustering-based scoring function QMEANclust which calculates a global and local quality estimate based on a weighted all-against-all comparison of the models from the ensemble provided by the user.
PMP - Protein Model Portal
The Protein Model Portal (PMP) gives access to the various models that can be leveraged from PSI targets and other experimental protein structures by comparative modeling methods. The current release of the portal allows searching 13.5 million precomputed model structures provided by different partner sites, and provides access to various interactive services for template selection, target-template alignment, model building, and quality assessment.
IPLT - Images Processing Library and Toolkit
The Image Processing Library & Toolbox is an open-source project, released under the GPL. It is primarily aimed at the electron microscopy community, with particular emphasis on 2D electron crystallography. It consists of several modular class libraries written in C++, each exposing a majority of their interface to Python, upon which the processing logic is build.