Graphical interface manuals¶
The following guides show you how to perform certain actions using the GUI:
Introduction to Scipion¶
This tutorial provides a quick introduction to processing with Scipion. It is designed to take a short time while illustrating the main concepts. The tutorial uses 3 micrographs from the Grigorieff BPV dataset. A final virus 3D map is obtained.
Initial model estimation¶
This tutorial uses different methods to obtain an initial 3D map. Methods covered are RCT, Ransac, Eman and Reconstruct Significant.
Mix-and-match in Scipion¶
This tutorial presents a more complete workflow of Cryo-EM single particles inside Scipion. It is focused on demonstrate the combination of different EM-packages. This tutorial follows the processing pipeline described for Relion 1.3 tutorial with Beta-galactosidase data.
You may download a fully solved project of this tutorial from here.
Full processing video tutorial¶
Know more about the theory and practice behind Image Processing in EM.
Mouse apoferritin image processing in Scipion 3.0.0¶
This tutorial presents a complete workflow of Cryo-EM single particles inside Scipion 3. It demonstrates the combination of different EM-packages with high focus on Xmipp highres.
You may download a fully solved compressed project (Example_10248_Scipion3.tgz) of this tutorial from here.
The recent development of single-particle electron cryo-microscopy (cryo-EM) allows structures to be solved at almost atomic resolutions. Providing a basic introduction to model building, this tutorial shows a workflow aimed at obtaining high-quality atomic models from cryo-EM data by using scipion software framework..
Initial volume validation by SAXS¶
This tutorial provides a guide to the validation of the initial volume estimations using SAXS curves in Scipion.
Processing How To’s¶
Importing Data: Importing data is the first step for any Scipion project. Find out how to import movies, micrographs, CTFs, and particles and which are the formats currently supported.
Creating subsets: Find out how to create subsets from micrographs, particles, volumes or from 2D/3D classifications. This tool is valid for results from any package.
How to create 2D masks¶
How to create 2D masks: Guide to creating 2D masks, either interactively or through protocols.