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cisTEM plugin

ATTENTION: This plugin is still in development and will eventually replace grigoriefflab plugin.

This plugin provide wrappers around several programs of cisTEM software suite.

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Installation

You will need to use 2.0 version of Scipion to be able to run these protocols. To install the plugin, you have two options:

  1. Stable version
scipion installp -p scipion-em-cistem
  1. Developer's version

    • download repository
    git clone https://github.com/scipion-em/scipion-em-cistem.git
    
    • install
    scipion installp -p path_to_scipion-em-cistem --devel
    

cisTEM binaries will be installed automatically with the plugin, but you can also link an existing installation.

  • Default installation path assumed is software/em/cistem-1.0.0-beta, if you want to change it, set CISTEM_HOME in scipion.conf file pointing to the folder where the cisTEM is installed.
  • It's possible to use CTFFIND4 installed separately from cisTEM by defining CTFFIND4_HOME variable in scipion.conf.

To check the installation, simply run one of the following Scipion tests:

scipion test cistem.tests.test_protocols_cistem_movies.TestUnblur
scipion test cistem.tests.test_protocols_cistem.TestCtffind4
scipion test cistem.tests.test_protocols_cistem.TestFindParticles
scipion test cistem.tests.test_protocols_cistem.TestRefine2D

A complete list of tests can also be seen by executing scipion test --show --grep cistem

Supported versions

1.0.0-beta

Protocols

  • ctffind4
  • unblur
  • find particles
  • classify 2D

References

  1. Timothy Grant and Alexis Rohou and Nikolaus Grigorieff. (2018) cisTEM, user-friendly software for single-particle image processing. eLife 7:e35383.
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