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This walkthrough shows how to reuse the geometric computations performed on a single model onto a larger set of models.  
 
This walkthrough shows how to reuse the geometric computations performed on a single model onto a larger set of models.  
  
We can use a [[Synthetic catalogue with filaments | synthetic tomogram ]] containing different tubular structures.
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We can use a [[Synthetic catalogue with filaments | synthetic tomogram ]] containing different tubular structures.  In this catalogue, we open the tomogram with <tt>dtmslice</tt>,  and then define a filament model following the [[Filament Model#Input stage | usual procedure]], so that we end up with a single model containing a set on <tt>points</tt>.
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We will now define a workflow, i.e., a method of converting  <tt>points</tt> into <tt>crop_points</tt>.
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We open the workflow editor of the active model, and start operating the steps, checking graphically the result of each parameter selection. We create first a backbone, selecting the interval between backbone elements.
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[[File:ReuseWorkflowBackboneSelect.png|thumb|center|300px|Creation of the backbone]]
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And check how the results looks like.
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{|style="margin: 0 auto;"
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| [[File:.ReuseWorkflowBackbonePlotOrderpng|thumb|upright|400px|XXXXXXX]]
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| [[File:.ReuseWorkflowBackbonePlotOrder|thumb|upright|400px|XXXXXXX]]
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We then proceed for the next step: selection of the interval (in pixels) between two consecutive crop points.

Revision as of 06:08, 17 August 2016

This walkthrough shows how to reuse the geometric computations performed on a single model onto a larger set of models.

We can use a synthetic tomogram containing different tubular structures. In this catalogue, we open the tomogram with dtmslice, and then define a filament model following the usual procedure, so that we end up with a single model containing a set on points.

We will now define a workflow, i.e., a method of converting points into crop_points.

We open the workflow editor of the active model, and start operating the steps, checking graphically the result of each parameter selection. We create first a backbone, selecting the interval between backbone elements.

Creation of the backbone

And check how the results looks like.

We then proceed for the next step: selection of the interval (in pixels) between two consecutive crop points.