Walkthrough on command line based tilt series alignment
This is the command line based version of the GUI based alignment walkthrough
- 1 Create the workflow
- 2 Entering the data
- 3 Running the workflow
- 4 On the fly reconstruction of particles
Create the workflow
name = 'hivCommandLine'; folder = 'workflows'; u = dtsa(name,'--nogui','-path',folder,'fp',1);
Here, we instruct Dynamo to skip opening the GUI. We also create the workflow in a different folder.
Entering the data
The u object contains several areas to interact with the workflow. They can be found by autocompletion using the tab key. Here, we will proceed step by step; remember that you can write all the command lines in a single .m script.
If you want to reject some of the hight tilts (or any other view that appears to have been damages,)
These here are the actual design decisions when running an alignment workflow:
The bin level is mainly used to accelerate the detection procedure. Needs to be chosen in a way that a binned gold bead still can be recognisable as such, with a radius of at least 4 pixels.
Changing generic parameters
Yo can find handles to the parameters of the individuals steps through auto ompletion on the area, then step items.
Running the workflow
On the fly reconstruction of particles
Grep coordinates in the binned tomogram
Reconstruct particles on the fly
The command that reconstructs full sized particles from an aligned stack is dynama_table_trec. This is an independent function, not part of the workflow, implying that we will need to perform some format conversion.
tbl = dread('binnedGoldbeads.tbl');
We scale the table
alignmentBinLevel = 2;
tblFull = dynamo_table_rescale(tbl,'factor',2^alignmentBinLevel);
source = 'workflows/new.AWF/align/alignedFullStack.mrc';
We create a data folder to contain the particles reconstructed on the fly.
targetDirectory = 'tempCrop.Data';
o.e('Deleting directory'); rmdir(targetDirectory,'s');
Angles are contained in the
angles = 'workflows/new.AWF/align/reconstructionTiltAngles.tlt';
sidelength = 160;
% % shift tomogram center % % if the binned visualization tomogram would contain a shift % we would have to scale it visualizationTomogram = 'workflows/ hivCommandLine.AWF/reconstruction/binnedReconstructionWBP.mrc'; sizeTomogram = dynamo_read_size(visualizationTomogram); sizeTomogramFull = sizeTomogram*2^alignmentBinLevel;
% % shift tomogram center % % if the binned visualization tomogram would contain a shift % we would have to scale it shiftTomogramCenter = [0,0,0];
% % command executions % dynamo_table_rec(tblFull,source,angles,targetDirectory,sidelength,....
'applyRampFilter',1,.... 'sizeTomogram',sizeTomogramFull,.... 'shiftTomogramCenter',shiftTomogramCenter);