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All services at docking.org are free. To give everyone a fair chance, quotas are in effect to throttle "heavy" usage. Your quotas are calculated based on where you are connecting from (IP address) and privileges associated with how you have logged in. The quotas in effect are displayed in the table below.


For the five transaction types, we list the number of allowed and actual transactions for four units of time. If you use your quota, the relevant square will be colored red. No red means you have permission to do that action. If you start seeing red - relax. Just wait a while and let other people have a turn. Your red will soon disappear and you may continue. If you would like to have your quota increased, please contact support at docking.org to discuss. There are two kinds of IP-address based restrictions. On the right are quotas based on your individual IP. On the left, are for your C-class subnet, the first 3 numbers.


Any red in a table prevents you from running that operation.


Transaction TypeAllowed transactions

database search
(type 1)

 c-class subnetIP
peractualallowedactualallowed
minute020 010
hour0100 050
day0200 0100
week0600 0300

preliminary docking
(type 2)

 c-class subnetIP
peractualallowedactualallowed
minute04 02
hour020 010
day040 020
week060 030

big database docking
(type 3)

 c-class subnetIP
peractualallowedactualallowed
minute02 01
hour04 02
day010 05
week020 010

database upload
(type 4)

 c-class subnetIP
peractualallowedactualallowed
minute02 01
hour020 010
day0100 050
week0200 0100

ensemble similarity approach
(type 5)

 c-class subnetIP
peractualallowedactualallowed
minute04 02
hour020 010
day0100 050
week0200 0100

database subsetting
(type 6)

 c-class subnetIP
peractualallowedactualallowed
minute02 01
hour04 02
day010 05
week020 010

library analysis
(type 7)

 c-class subnetIP
peractualallowedactualallowed
minute00 00
hour00 00
day00 00
week00 00

decoy maker
(type 8)

 c-class subnetIP
peractualallowedactualallowed
minute00 00
hour00 00
day00 00
week00 00
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