Difference between revisions of "Subtomogram alignment"

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Aligning subtomograms is the process of computing for each available particle the set of shifts and angles that will bring them to a common reference.  
 
Aligning subtomograms is the process of computing for each available particle the set of shifts and angles that will bring them to a common reference.  
When all the particles have been aligned, they can be averaged together.
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When all the particles have been aligned, they can be averaged [[Averaging of subtomograms|averaged]] together.
  
 
The alignments of a set of particles can be computed through setting up and running an [[Alignment project|alignment project]].  
 
The alignments of a set of particles can be computed through setting up and running an [[Alignment project|alignment project]].  
 
Alignment projects can be managed from the command line, or more easily with the [[dcp GUI]].
 
Alignment projects can be managed from the command line, or more easily with the [[dcp GUI]].

Revision as of 09:59, 14 April 2016


Aligning subtomograms is the process of computing for each available particle the set of shifts and angles that will bring them to a common reference. When all the particles have been aligned, they can be averaged averaged together.

The alignments of a set of particles can be computed through setting up and running an alignment project. Alignment projects can be managed from the command line, or more easily with the dcp GUI.