Beta versions of GPMAW represent intermediate stages of the development of the GPMAW program. As such they are not guaranteed to be stable (i.e. you may experience more errors to occur), but on the other hand they should represent improvements in previous versions, both with regard to more functionality and a minimization of errors. However, as new features are included in the program, this sometimes leads to incompatibility in other areas.
If you install a beta version of GPMAW we would like you to report all errors to email@example.com - remember to include the beta version number reported in the title bar.
License: Beta versions of GPMAW are covered by the standard license. This also means that you must have an 'upgradeable' version (less than 18 month old) in order to make it function.
Installation of beta versions:
The beta versions are not supplied with an installation program unless specified below, and you have to manually to install the program. This is done by replacing the file gpmaw3.exe in the \gpmaw\bin\ directory with the downloaded gpmaw3.exe file.
Note: it is recommended that you make a backup of your old file before overwriting it with the new beta version.
The 'gpmaw' directory is usually located directly in C:\Program Files\, but may alternatively be located in the main C:\ directory.
!!Current beta version is version 12.09.3
OBS: Due to a change in protocol, the NCBI database access was broken. This should be fixed from version 10.2.9
32-bit upgrade. Use this to upgrade your system on a 32-bit Windows (works on XP, Vista, Win 7 and Win 8). Posted January 1, 2019. This is an installation program that only upgrades the executable file (i.e. no license file).
64-bit upgrade. Use this to upgrade your system on a 64-bit Windows (does not works on XP). Posted January 1, 2019. This is an installation program that only upgrades the executable file.
GPbeta.zip Zipped file of the two install upgrades above. Your IT department may not allow you to download .exe files.
The manual in pdf format can be downloaded HERE
GPMAW3.exe - this is just the executable file without installer (posted 29.08.16). You can use this to replace your existing executable file of the same name for a quick update.
DBGetProj.exe - slightly updated version, now generates index files for large databases.
Version info: The current beta includes a number of bug fixes and improvements, see
Search | Peptide list sequence coverage map
For ClustalW: if accession number is defined, this will be first part of alignment name.
15N possible in cross-linked peptides (B-protein only)
Mark selected mass values in ms/ms sequence of peptides.
Better ms/ms fragmentation of disulfide-linked peptides (2 and 3 peptides). Also partially reduced included.
Peptide parameters from list of peptides
Save list of peptides from peptide digest
Theoretical ms/ms spectrum changedbottom of page. Please report back if you find errors.
Improvements in the handling of ms/ms search results
Improvements in Cleavage analysis
Loading Excel data in Coverage analysis (Utilities | Coverage)
If there are items that either don't work, you would like to see improved or you think is just plain useless, you are welcome to contact Peter Højrup at Lighthouse data with you comment and suggestions.