The Rosetta software suite includes algorithms for computational modeling and analysis of protein structures.  It is made available through Rosetta Commons, a central hub for developers across the glove to contribute to and share the Rosetta source code.

You must have your own academic license for Rosetta from the University of Washington in order to use it on Bridges.  Rosetta is available to all non-commercial users for free. See the Rosetta Commons site or the licensing page for details and to get a license.

 Once you have a license, you must request access to Rosetta on Bridges by submitting the Rosetta request form.  


Usage on Bridges 

Before you can use Rosetta on Bridges, you must

  1. Obtain a non-commercial license from the University of Washington
  2. Submit a request for access to Rosetta on Bridges


Once you have permission to use Rosetta on Bridges, use the module command to set up Rosetta for use.

To see what versions of Rosetta are available type

module avail rosetta

To see what other modules are needed, what commands are available and how to get additional help type

module help rosetta

To use Rosetta, include a command like this in your batch script to load the Rosetta module:

module load rosetta

Be sure you also load any other modules needed, as listed by the module help rosetta command.