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How does Glide divide a ligand database file?

Glide divides a database into multiple files for distributed computing by writing one ligand to each file, then writing another ligand to each file, and so on until all ligands are written out. In this way, the driver does not need to know how many ligands there are before distributing them between the subset files.

Keywords: Glide, distributed computing, ligand files

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