Tips for management of tomographic data sets

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The guidelines sketched here are a walkthrough on how we organize our tomographic data sets in the BioEM lab of the University of Basel.

We use a series of conventions on the way we storage of the raw data (i.e.) tilt series that makes easy to keep track on the processing steps already performed (alignment, reconstruction), the location of the intermediate results, and their binding into a Dynamo catalogue

Organizing the tilt series

Creating the reconstructions

Creating the first catalogue

Prebinning of catalogue volumes

Visualizing the tomograms