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  • ...e seen as the metadata of a given [[data folder]]. The first column in a table is just an integer number (which we call a ''tag'') that identifies a parti would be the particle with tag 3 in the data folder <tt>myData</tt>. A table will be able to operate on this particle if it has a row whose first column
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  • {{DISPLAYTITLE:Table column convention}} Here we list the significance of each column in a [[table]]. Each row represents a single particle.
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  • * a table that expreses the alignment === Table ===
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  • ...rs get the list of topics or ask about a particular topic like >> dapropos table. More advanced users can use >>dlookfor to find functions containing a give You can see the list of your tomograms and metadata in a table in the bottom of your [[dcm | catalogue manager window]]. You can add tomog
    24 KB (3,765 words) - 17:08, 28 November 2017
  • The basic command to choose elements inside a table is {{docfunction|dynamo_table_grep|dtgrep}}. Commands are {{t|<}}, {{t|top} would explore the table {{t|t}} and create the output table {{t|tr}}, including only the tags {{t| 5,9, 11:15}}.
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  • === Creating a table === ...e. We will use the <tt>dtcrop</tt> command, .which requires preparing a [[table]] with the information of the model.
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  • Note that the default convention in <tt>dshow</tt> is to plot the rows of the matrix along the 'x' axis of the plot, with the origin of coordinate ...art of <tt>dtcrop</tt> for tilt series. It loops on the positions inside a table. We will use a different approach.
    17 KB (2,770 words) - 11:57, 27 August 2018
  • === Creating a table === ...e. We will use the <tt>dtcrop</tt> command, .which requires preparing a [[table]] with the information of the model.
    37 KB (5,792 words) - 20:30, 2 September 2019