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  • [[Category:Alignment]] ...nment project]], which will run alignment and averaging in an [[iIterative alignment| iterative way]] in order to gradually improve the attained [[resolution]].
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  • [[Category: alignment]] [[Category: Alignment Project]]
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  • [[Category:Multireference Alignment]] In a multireference alignment [MRA] project, each particle will be aligned against R different templates.
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  • [[Category:alignment project]] The ''alignment mask'' is use during alignment to define the part of the template cube that will actually be used to align
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  • Remember to use the whole path if you are not in the alignment workflow folder. This file is normally generated by ''Dynamo'' when the alignment workflow is created. Note that these angles could also be stored in a diffe
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  • ...ased tilt series alignment | walkthrough on command line based tilt series alignment]] shows how to operate this procedure through the command line. = Creating an alignment workflow=
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  • Alignment and reconstruction workflows can be used with the GUI or on a totally progr Alignment and reconstruction workflow folders are marked with the extension <tt>.AWF<
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  • When doing the tilt series alignment in [https://bio3d.colorado.edu/imod/ IMOD], we strongly recommend to consid === Alignment parameters ===
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  • ...sed mode. The [[Walkthrough on GUI based tilt series alignment | GUI based alignment walkthrough]] shows how to operate this procedure through the GUI. Here, we The following commands create a new alignment workflow in a separate folder. Make sure ''Dynamo'' is running and type the
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  • ...ased tilt series alignment | walkthrough on command line based tilt series alignment]] shows how to operate this procedure through the command line. = Creating an alignment workflow=
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  • ...sed mode. The [[Walkthrough on GUI based tilt series alignment | GUI based alignment walkthrough]] shows how to operate this procedure through the GUI. Here, we The following commands create a new alignment workflow in a separate folder. Make sure ''Dynamo'' is loaded and running (
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  • [[Category:Alignment]] ...nment project]], which will run alignment and averaging in an [[iIterative alignment| iterative way]] in order to gradually improve the attained [[resolution]].
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  • ...ommend to look closely at the gold beads in the volume. A good tilt series alignment and therefore a good tomogram reconstruction results in perfectly symmetric ...bead. In the Z-view, the beads show symmetric white "wings". Right: A bad alignment causes asymmetries and results in curved or distorted shapes in both views.
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  • #REDIRECT [[Multireference alignment]]
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  • [[Category:alignment project]] The ''alignment mask'' is use during alignment to define the part of the template cube that will actually be used to align
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  • When doing the tilt series alignment in [https://bio3d.colorado.edu/imod/ IMOD], we strongly recommend to consid === Alignment parameters ===
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  • The ''refined table'' is the result of the alignment iteration. ''Dynamo'' produces one refined table per iteration and referenc ...icular, ''Dynamo'' should fill some columns in a ''refined table'' during alignment:
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  • [[Category: alignment]] [[Category: Alignment Project]]
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  • ...nment parameters, and to locate easily functionalities associated with the alignment of stacks. An important step is to establish the center of the alignment:
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  • [[Category:Multireference Alignment]] In a multireference alignment [MRA] project, each particle will be aligned against R different templates.
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  • == Oversampling in an alignment project == ...all this procedure ''trimming''). This can be done manually or through the alignment project.
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  • ...r one (in order to create a comparison), this average will have a [[border alignment artifact]] resulting from the rotation and shift. If no masking is used, th ...o be aligned to the other, which inevitably creates a sharp edge [[Border alignment artifact| artifact]] in one of the two averages. Applying the same mask on
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  • ...ns is heterogeneity. If you are aligning two or more classes together, the alignment would get stuck at some point. If you are lucky, the average will be a sort ...A first approach to diagnose this is to check the cross correlation of the alignment (in column 10 of the [[table]]). A simple inspection of the histogram can
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  • ...]] is more time consuming, but it performs simultaneous classification and alignment.
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  • Remember to use the whole path if you are not in the alignment workflow folder. This file is normally generated by ''Dynamo'' when the alignment workflow is created. Note that these angles could also be stored in a diffe
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  • ...oductionAlignmentProjects.pdf tutorial on] the basic concept in ''Dynamo'' alignment: the ''project''. === Fiducial based alignment and reconstruction ===
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  • Multireference analysis implements simultaneous alignment and classification. ...to have been correctly aligned in the first place. If heterogeneity drives alignment to fail, PCA may not be capable to classify the particles.
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  • ...ost widespread ways of simultaneously measuring resolution and driving the alignment is the so called "golden standard" method. A version of this approach is av
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  • ==Introduction: alignment projects== ...oductionAlignmentProjects.pdf tutorial on] the basic concept in ''Dynamo'' alignment: the ''project''.
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  • ...(for Dynamo Current Project) is the main tool for interactive design of [[Alignment project| projects]]. The GUI follows the pipeline for designing an [[Alignment project]]. To create a new project, just write the name in the <tt>Project<
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  • Used when a table is fed into ''Dynamo''as initial table for an alignment project. Value 1 tells ''Dynamo'' that the particle is to be used during an alignment project, values 0 skips the particle.
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  • Averaging of subtomograms means applying an available set of alignment parameters onto a set of data particles and adding them together. Because ...particle outside an interior sphere will be discarded to minimize [[Border alignment artifact | rotation artifacts]] <br />- default value is 1.
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  • [[Category: Multireference alignment‏‎]] The "golden standard" methodology is a widespread method to drive the alignment process avoiding overfitting and providing an accepted estimation of the at
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  • ...sed mode. The [[Walkthrough on GUI based tilt series alignment | GUI based alignment walkthrough]] shows how to operate this procedure through the GUI. Here, we The following commands create a new alignment workflow in a separate folder. Make sure ''Dynamo'' is loaded and running (
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  • == Using symmetrization in alignment projects==
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  • ...oductionAlignmentProjects.pdf tutorial on] the basic concept in ''Dynamo'' alignment: the ''project''. === Alignment and reconstruction ===
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  • ...tomograms through the Dynamo catalogue and to develop good strategies for alignment projects to reach a reasonable structure from a set of tomograms. This is a ...s used in the tutorial (adapted to the different pixelsize) for your first alignment projects.
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  • ...a single [[data folder]] that can be used to design an [[alignment project|alignment project]]
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  • ...onto the same piece of data. This is an optimal situation for direct space alignment, where the same template is rotated many times and compared to a given part
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  • ...older]], a [[table]],a template, and several masks (for [[Alignment mask|alignment]], classification, description of fourier content of template and [[Smoothi
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  • The main idea is to create an alignment project on your local machine, move it to the sciCORE cluster and then run ...ith 128 particles in the directory <code>myParticles</code> and a tutorial alignment project <code>myProject</code>.
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  • ...to [[Particle picking|pick particles]] and create [[Subtomogram alignment|alignment]] and [[Classification |classification projects]] to be run on different [
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  • ...lder is the minimal input that the [[dcp GUI]] needs in order to create an alignment project. ...{{t|myData}} can then be used as {{t|data folder}} parameter when creating alignment and classification projects,
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  • The main idea is that we create an alignment project locally, move it to the cluster on sciCORE and then run it using a ...ith 128 particles in the directory <code>myParticles</code> and a tutorial alignment project <code>myProject</code>.
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  • * automated fiducial based tilt-series alignment ...ew [[Walkthrough on command line based tilt series alignment | tilt series alignment tools]]
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  • Want to design and alignment problem? Here are some tips:
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  • ==Using the GPU in an alignment project== ...ltireference alignment inherits the "GPU-friendliness" of single reference alignment: the cc of many rotations of the template against the particle can be compu
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  • === Tilt series alignment === ...rations_for_tilt_series_alignment_in_IMOD | considerations for tilt series alignment]] with [https://bio3d.colorado.edu/imod/ IMOD].
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  • ...g]] tomograms, [[Particle extraction|extracting particles]], [[Subtomogram alignment|aligning]], averaging and [[Classification|classifying]] subtomograms, and
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  • #: alignment parameters A<sub>i</sub> and A<sub>j</sub> ...mal input is a set of particles (formatted as a [[data folder]]) and their alignment parameters (formatted as a [[table]]). You also may want to specify a class
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  • ...oductionAlignmentProjects.pdf tutorial on] the basic concept in ''Dynamo'' alignment: the ''project''. * Some tools for tilt series alignment, reconstruction, CTF correction.
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  • * Enhanced tools for manual alignment of tilt series through fiducial markers. * tilt series alignment: improved reload of workflows, allows selection of reconstruction height
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  • * Alignment of tilt series with ''Dynamo'' * Independent alignment and resolution determination.
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  • ...on of tomograms]], and a dedicated computing system (GPUs or clusters) for alignment projects (where the most intensive number crunching occurs) During the alignment stage, [[data folder|cropped particles]] are stored in disk and read into
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  • ...sic command line option for averaging particles in a [[data folder]] using alignment parameters expresed inside a [[table]]. Particles and shifted, then rotated, following the alignment parameters in the table. By convention, positions 4:6 and 7:9 in a the <tt
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  • ...oductionAlignmentProjects.pdf tutorial on] the basic concept in ''Dynamo'' alignment: the ''project''. * Manual alignment.
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  • ...oductionAlignmentProjects.pdf tutorial on] the basic concept in ''Dynamo'' alignment: the ''project''. * Manual alignment.
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  • ...lization and archiving, particle selection and extraction, and subtomogram alignment, averaging, refinement and classification. No previous experience is requir * Alignment and reconstruction of tilt series.
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  • == Alignment ==
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  • ...lization and archiving, particle selection and extraction, and subtomogram alignment, averaging, refinement and classification. No previous experience is requir * Alignment and reconstruction of tilt series.
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  • The Fourier Mask that you define on a template during an alignment project describes the Fourier content of the template, ''not'' the one of t
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