UCSF PyEM is a collection of Python modules and command-line utilities for electron microscopy of biological samples.
The entire collection is licensed under the terms of the GNU Public License, version 3 (GPLv3).
Copyright information is listed within each individual file. Current copyright holders include:
- Eugene Palovcak (UCSF)
- Daniel Asarnow (UCSF)
Documentation for the programs can be found in their usage text, comments in code, and in the Wiki of this repository.
projection_subtraction.py- Perform projection subtraction using per-particle FRC normalization.
recenter.py- Recenter particles on the center-of-mass of corresponding 2D class-averages.
angdist.py- Graph angular distributions on polar scatter plots. Supports particle subset selection.
pyem/star.py- Alter .star files. Supports dropping arbitrary fields, Euler angles, etc.
project.py- Project a map according to .star file entries (angles, CTF, etc.).
csparc2star.py- Convert Cryosparc metadata files to Relion .star format.
pyem/mrc.py- Simple, standalone MRC I/O functions.
pyem/star.py- Parse and write .star files. Uses pandas.DataFrame as a backend.
activate- Place in
EMAN2/binto turn EMAN2 into a Python virtual environment.
(C) 2016 Daniel Asarnow
University of California, San Francisco