New software installed: summovie version 1.0.2

Dear users, we have installed a new software: summovie 1.0.2:


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  summovie: summovie/1.0.2
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    Description:
      Unblur is used to align the frames of movies recorded on an electron microscope to reduce image blurring due to beam-induced motion. It reads stacks of movies that are stored in MRC/CCP4 format.
      Unblur generates frame sums that can be used in subsequent image processing steps and optionally applies an exposure-dependent filter to maximize the signal at all resolutions in the frame averages.
      Movie frame sums can also be calculated using Summovie, which uses the alignment results from a prior run of Unblur. The idea for this procedure was originally developed by Brilot et al. and Campbell
      et al [1] [2]. Unblur was written by Timothy Grant and Alexis Rohou and is described in [3]. 1. Brilot, AF, Chen JZ, Cheng A, Pan J, Harrison SC, Potter CS, Carragher B, Henderson R, Grigorieff N.
      2012. Beam-induced motion of vitrified specimen on holey carbon film.. J Struct Biol. 177:630-637. 2. Campbell, MG, Cheng A, Brilot AF, Moeller A, Lyumkis D, Veesler D, Pan J, Harrison SC, Potter CS,
      Carragher B et al.. 2012. Movies of ice-embedded particles enhance resolution in electron cryo-microscopy. Structure. 20:1823–1828. 3. Grant, T, Grigorieff N. 2015. Measuring the optimal exposure
      for single particle cryo-EM using a 2.6 Å reconstruction of rotavirus VP6. eLife. 4(e06980):1-19.


    This module can be loaded directly: module load summovie/1.0.2

    Help:
      
      Description
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      Unblur is used to align the frames of movies recorded on an electron microscope to reduce image blurring due to
       beam-induced motion. It reads stacks of movies that are stored in MRC/CCP4 format. Unblur generates frame sums that
       can be used in subsequent image processing steps and optionally applies an exposure-dependent filter to maximize the
       signal at all resolutions in the frame averages. Movie frame sums can also be calculated using Summovie, which uses
       the alignment results from a prior run of Unblur. The idea for this procedure was originally developed by 
      Brilot et al. and Campbell et al [1] [2]. Unblur was written by Timothy Grant and Alexis Rohou and is described in [3].
      1. Brilot, AF, Chen JZ, Cheng A, Pan J, Harrison SC, Potter CS, Carragher B, Henderson R, Grigorieff N.  2012.
        Beam-induced motion of vitrified specimen on holey carbon film.. J Struct Biol. 177:630-637.
      2. Campbell, MG, Cheng A, Brilot AF, Moeller A, Lyumkis D, Veesler D, Pan J, Harrison SC, Potter CS, Carragher B et
       al..  2012.  Movies of ice-embedded particles enhance resolution in electron cryo-microscopy. Structure. 20:1823–1828.
      3. Grant, T, Grigorieff N.  2015.  Measuring the optimal exposure for single particle cryo-EM using a 2.6 
      Å reconstruction of rotavirus VP6. eLife. 4(e06980):1-19.
      
      
      More information
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       - Homepage: https://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~mgk25/jbigkit/
      


 

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