# Difference between revisions of "Symmetrization during alignment"

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The symmetrization procedure consists in the application of the symmetry operator indicated in the project onto the template used at each iteration. This tends to produce averages with the imposed symmetry. However, this symmetry is not directly imposed onto the <tt>average</tt> item produced by an iteration. | The symmetrization procedure consists in the application of the symmetry operator indicated in the project onto the template used at each iteration. This tends to produce averages with the imposed symmetry. However, this symmetry is not directly imposed onto the <tt>average</tt> item produced by an iteration. | ||

− | A practical example of use of symmetrization can be found | + | Any axes of symmetry requires by the operator will traverse the center of the volume, defined by [[Volume center| the usual ''Dynamo'' convention]] |

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+ | A practical example of use of symmetrization can be found [[Advanced starters guide#Testing the symmetry| in this walkthrough ]] |

## Latest revision as of 12:50, 20 February 2018

The symmetrization procedure consists in the application of the symmetry operator indicated in the project onto the template used at each iteration. This tends to produce averages with the imposed symmetry. However, this symmetry is not directly imposed onto the `average` item produced by an iteration.

Any axes of symmetry requires by the operator will traverse the center of the volume, defined by the usual *Dynamo* convention

A practical example of use of symmetrization can be found in this walkthrough