You may also find the following tools useful:


JWalk is a tool for validating restraints from crosslinking mass spectrometry. The code can be downloaded from Github or it can be run via the MNXL web server.

Bullock JMA, Schwab J, Thalassinos K, Topf M. (2016). The importance of non-accessible crosslinks and solvent accessible surface distance in modelling proteins with restraints from crosslinking mass spectrometry. MCP. 5(7):2491-500.


RIBFIND is a tool for interactively generating rigid bodies from atomic models. These can be combined with many of TEMPy’s segmented scores such as SCCC to score individual rigid bodies.

Pandurangan, A.P., Topf, M., 2012. RIBFIND: a web server for identifying rigid bodies in protein structures and to aid flexible fitting into cryo EM maps. Bioinformatics 28, 2391-2393.