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smNet (Single Molecule Deep Neural Network)

This software is distributed as accompanying software for manuscript: P. Zhang, S. Liu, A. Chaurasia, D. Ma, M. J. Mlodzianoski, E. Culurciello and F. Huang, "Analyzing complex single molecule emission patterns with deep learning"(2018) Nature Methods, Advanced Online Publication, doi: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41592-018-0153-5

Files included in this package

Content of smNet software

Sample Data:

  • train/data.mat: A small training dataset containing simulated PSFs.
  • train/label.mat: Labels of the training dataset (ground truth of the parameters)
  • train/CRLB.mat: Calculated CRLB used in training
  • test/testdata.mat: A small test dataset
  • test/testlabel.mat: Underlying true positions to compare with smNet results
  • test/CRLB.mat: CRLB to evaluate precision performance

smNet Source Code: coded in Lua (http://www.lua.org/)

  • main.lua: Main script for training smNet
  • opts.lua: Definitions of user adjustable variables
  • test/test.lua: Script for testing smNet
  • load/loaddata.lua: Script for loading training and validation data
  • load/loadtestdata.lua: Script for loading test data
  • load/loadweight.lua: Script for loading CRLB for training

Note:: smNet can be trained with >1M images. Additional training and validation datasets are available upon request. We are working on a complete version of smNet in python. We will update shortly.

Content of PSF toolbox

Matlab classes:

  • OptimPR_Ast -- for phase retrieval
  • PRPSF -- for phase retrieval
  • PSF_zernike -- simulation of PSFs with optical aberration
  • PSF_interp -- simulation of PSFs from interpolation
  • PSF_DH -- simulation of double-helix PSFs
  • DipoleField -- simulation of dipole PSFs
  • CalCRLB -- calculation of CRLB for non-dipole PSF model
  • CalCRLB_dipole -- calculation of CRLB for dipole PSF model
  • Zernike_Polynomials -- generation of Zernike polynomials
  • OTFrescale -- OTF rescaling of the simulated PSFs

Example codes:

  • PR_example.m
  • PSF_astigmatism_example.m
  • PSF_complex_simulate_example.m
  • PSF_complex_interp_example.m
  • PSF_doublehelix_example.m
  • PSF_dipole_example.m

Test data:

  • complexPSF_recorded.mat
  • astigmatimPSF_PR_result_optimAst.mat
  • complexPSF_samplepsf.mat

Instruction on Using smNet software

The code has been developed and tested on the following system and packages:
Ubuntu16.04, Torch7, CUDA8.0, cuDNN-8.0, NCCL1, MatlabR2015a, mattorch1.0-0
(Detailed package installation instructions are provided in the following text)

1. Training

Run the following command in a terminal:

th main.lua --datapath 'SampleData directory/SampleData/train/' --imHeight 32 --imWidth 32 --datasize
10000 --mode z --save ‘result directory’

Note:

  1. Each iteration will save a model named by the iteration number.
  2. The user could open error.log.eps from the result directory to observe the evolution of training and validation errors.
  3. imHeight, imWidth, datasize, mode and save are user adjustable variables. See opts.lua for the definitions of other user adjustable variables.

2. Testing

Run the following commands line by line in a terminal:

cd test
th test.lua --testdatapath 'SampleData directory/SampleData/test/' --imHeight 32 --imWidth 32 --
numSubregion 410 --mode z --save ‘result directory’ --modelNum 200 --batchSize 200

Note:

  1. Result directory is the same for both training and testing
  2. The ‘modelNum’ is the iteration number at the stop criterion from the training step. See Supplementary Note 4.1 in smNet Manuscript (https://www.nature.com/articles/s41592-018-0153-5#Sec13)
  3. Increasing batch size (‘batchSize’) during testing increases speed of forward propagation.

Instruction on Using PSF toolbox

The code has been tested in following system and packages:
Windows7, Windows10, MatlabR2015a, DIPimage(http://www.diplib.org/)

  1. Change current folder in Matlab to PSF toolbox.
  2. Run each example code in PSF toolbox/examples/.
    **Note: ** for PR_example.m, it requires user to select the center of the PSF in the pop up window.
  3. Type ‘help classname’ in Matlab command window for detailed help on each Matlab class.

Packages Installation Instruction

1. Install Torch

Run the following commands in a terminal:

git clone https://github.com/torch/distro.git ~/torch --recursive
cd ~/torch; bash install-deps;
./install.sh
source ~/.bashrc
luarocks install image
luarocks list

(reference to http://torch.ch/docs/getting-started.html#)

2. Install Nvidia Driver

Download "NVIDIA-Linux-x86_64-[version#].run" and run the following commands:

cd ~/Downloads
sudo service lightdm stop
./NVIDIA-Linux-x86_64-[version#].run

3. Install CUDA

Download cuda "runfile(local)". And run the following commands in the terminal:

cd ~/Downloads
sudo sh cuda_[filename].run

Follow the installation instructions (do not install Nvidia driver). After installation finished:

vim ~/.bashrc

And then append the following lines to the opened file to define the CUDA Toolkit PATH variables:

#CUDA Toolkit
export CUDA_HOME=/usr/local/cuda-8.0
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=${CUDA_HOME}/lib64:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH
export PATH=${CUDA_HOME}/bin:${PATH}

Save and close the file. Then run the following command in terminal:

source ~/.bashrc

4. Install CUDNN

Download cudnn-8.0-linux-x64-v6.0.tgz. And run the following commands line by line in the terminal:

cd Downloads
tar -zxf cudnn-8.0-linux-x64-v6.0.tgz
cd cuda
sudo cp lib64/* /usr/local/cuda/lib64/
sudo cp include/* /usr/local/cuda/include/
luarocks install cudnn

5. Install nccl

Run the following commands line by line in the terminal:

git clone https://github.com/NVIDIA/nccl
cd nccl
make install
sudo ldconfig
luarocks install nccl

6. Install Matlab

Download Matlab R2015a, unzip the package and run the following commands line by line in the terminal:

sudo ./install
sudo apt-get install matlab-support

(reference to https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MATLAB)

7. Install mattorch (After Matlab is installed)

Run the following commands line by line in the terminal:

git clone https://github.com/clementfarabet/lua---mattorch.git
cd lua---mattorch
mkdir build
cd build
cmake -DMATLAB_ROOT=/usr/local/MATLAB/R2015a/ ..
cd ..
luarocks make

8. Install gnuplot

Run the following commands line by line in the terminal:

sudo apt-get install gnuplot
sudo apt-get install gnuplot-qt

Acknowledgement:

We thank K. A. Lidke and M. J. Wester from University of New Mexico for initial contribution to the PSF toolbox software. We thank E. B. Kromann from Technical University of Denmark for sharing the phase unwrapping code.