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If you want a plunge-freeze immersion in ''Dynamo'' from scratch , you can start by following the [[Starters guide| starters guide]]. This is a short hands-on complete walkthrough through the main functionalities in ''Dynamo'': [[Viewing tomograms|viewing]] and [[Catalogue|organizing]] tomograms, [[Particle extraction|extracting particles]], [[Subtomogram alignment|aligning]], averaging and [[Classification|classifying]] subtomograms, and [[Adaptive bandpass filtering|avoiding overfitting]].
 
If you want a plunge-freeze immersion in ''Dynamo'' from scratch , you can start by following the [[Starters guide| starters guide]]. This is a short hands-on complete walkthrough through the main functionalities in ''Dynamo'': [[Viewing tomograms|viewing]] and [[Catalogue|organizing]] tomograms, [[Particle extraction|extracting particles]], [[Subtomogram alignment|aligning]], averaging and [[Classification|classifying]] subtomograms, and [[Adaptive bandpass filtering|avoiding overfitting]].
 
  
 
Otherwise you may take a look on the diverse ways of [[Getting help]] in ''Dynamo'', or look on the tutorials defined for specific tasks.
 
Otherwise you may take a look on the diverse ways of [[Getting help]] in ''Dynamo'', or look on the tutorials defined for specific tasks.

Revision as of 15:18, 28 April 2016

If you want a plunge-freeze immersion in Dynamo from scratch , you can start by following the starters guide. This is a short hands-on complete walkthrough through the main functionalities in Dynamo: viewing and organizing tomograms, extracting particles, aligning, averaging and classifying subtomograms, and avoiding overfitting.

Otherwise you may take a look on the diverse ways of Getting help in Dynamo, or look on the tutorials defined for specific tasks.