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 [[Averaging of subtomograms|averaged]] together.
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When all the particles have been aligned, they can be averaged [[Averaging of subtomograms|averaged]] together.
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The alignments of a set of particles can be computed through setting up and running an [[Alignment project|alignment project]], which will run alignment and averaging in an [[iIterative alignment| iterative way]] in order to gradually improve the attained [[resolution]].
  
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 12:14, 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, which will run alignment and averaging in an iterative way in order to gradually improve the attained resolution.

Alignment projects can be managed from the command line, or more easily with the dcp GUI.