[[File:VDB_Residue_summary.PNG|thumb|right|650px|The '''Summary''' tab of the ''specifics page'' allows easy navigation between annotation-based validation reports. Each report consists of a description of the model corresponding to that annotation, a recapitulation of all validated molecules sharing that annotation, statistics for each validation analysis (completeness, chirality, advanced), and statistics for each problematic atom.]]
Next, the corresponding model from wwPDB CCD is briefly described (name, molecular formula, 2D structure, etc.). A recapitulation of all molecules and their respective PDB entries is also included, followed by a table with results of the main validation analyses (completeness, chirality, advanced). For each validation analysis, statistics are provided for all problematic atoms.
On the '''[[ValidatorDB]]''' specifics page, the first view of the results is available in the '''Summary''' tab. For each validated residue, the Summary tab provides an overview of potential issues encountered.
If more than one residue were validated in one run, a list of these residues will be at the top of the page. In order to examine the validation summary for each residue, you will need to either click on that specific residue in the list, or just scroll down the page till you reach it. Each validated residue is identified by its 3-letter code, as well as its chemical formula and common name. Validation statistics are given as absolute numbers and percentages over all the motifs that were processed for each residue.
The table with the validation report is organized into two main sections, referring to '''incomplete''' (''Missing Atoms'' or ''Rings'') and '''complete structures''' ( ''With All Atoms'' and ''Rings'') respectively. The formal distinction between ring atoms and non-ring atoms (simply denoted as atoms) is meant to allow a quick localization of potential issues in residues containing rings, especially where atom identifiers are not useful. ''' Chirality''' is evaluated only for the complete structures, since the absence of some atoms makes it difficult to check the chirality of some of the remaining atoms. Further, the problematic atoms are highlighted, in order to better localize the problems in the structures.
Last, a 2D representation of the model residue, and a pie chart with the validation results are provided for visual representation purposes. You can download them via the small icon at the top right corner of the chart, and later use them in your presentations.
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