The job information site contains initially one tab - Project information.
Project information tab provides basic information about the project. It also allows user to download the structure in PDB file format. Second part provides more detailed information e.g. about rigidity, restraints, simulation parameters etc. If user provided optional restraints - the restraint file will be available to be downloaded.
Once the job is completed, the job information site will be increased by three additional tabs - Models, Contact maps and Fluctuation plot.
The left panel of the "Models" contains visualization of the model using 3DMol.js (by default CABS-flex displays multimodel). The structure can be easily rotated and zoomed using mouse. If the model is not displayed check if Web Graphic Library (webGL) is enabled in your browser (see the WebGL test page for more details). Below the structure there are buttons to modify the structure (hide/display) or rotate the model.
The right panel contains a list of resulting models, which can be both viewed in the left panel or downloaded. Currently viewed model is marked with an eye icon. All structures are available to be downloaded by clicking Download all models button
'Contact map' section provides an interactive chart that allows to investigate the interaction interface between all the atoms. The color of square depends on the frequency of occurrence in this particular interaction in the models set that was used to generate data for the map. Hovering on any of the square displays a rectangle in the upper-left corner with more detailed information about the selected contact such as first and second residue and the value (between [0; 1]). Double clicking or mouse scroll will zoom the contact map. Below the contact map there is a Reset button to bring restore the map to initial position.
Right panels provide buttons to display and download maps (in a graphic svg format and a text files, both in zip files under Download buttons), and Options section that allow changing the color range of contacts.
Last tab - Fluctuation plot - provides an interactive 2D plot presenting residue-wise fluctuations recorded throughout the simulation. Both graphics (svg) and numerical data (csv) are available for download. For multichain proteins a separate plot is generated for each chain. They can be displayed by selecting it in the ‘Chains’ panel.