Source code for pwem.protocols.protocol_micrographs

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from os.path import exists, getmtime
from datetime import datetime
from collections import OrderedDict

import pyworkflow.object as pwobj
import pyworkflow.protocol.constants as pwcts
import pyworkflow.protocol.params as params
import pyworkflow.utils as pwutils

import pwem.objects as emobj

from .protocol import EMProtocol

[docs]class ProtMicrographs(EMProtocol): pass
[docs]class ProtCTFMicrographs(ProtMicrographs): """ Base class for all protocols that estimates the CTF""" def __init__(self, **kwargs): EMProtocol.__init__(self, **kwargs) self.stepsExecutionMode = pwcts.STEPS_PARALLEL self.isFirstTime = pwobj.Boolean(False) # -------------------------- DEFINE param functions ----------------------- def _defineParams(self, form): form.addSection(label=pwutils.Message.LABEL_CTF_ESTI) form.addParam('recalculate', params.BooleanParam, default=False, condition='recalculate', label="Do recalculate ctf?") form.addParam('continueRun', params.PointerParam, allowsNull=True, condition='recalculate', label="Input previous run", pointerClass=self.getClassName()) form.addHidden('sqliteFile', params.FileParam, condition='recalculate', allowsNull=True) form.addParam('inputMicrographs', params.PointerParam, important=True, condition='not recalculate', label=pwutils.Message.LABEL_INPUT_MIC, pointerClass='SetOfMicrographs') form.addParam('AutoDownsampling', params.BooleanParam, default=False, label='Automatic Downsampling Factor', help='Recommended value to downsample') form.addParam('ctfDownFactor', params.FloatParam, default=1., label='Manual CTF Downsampling factor', condition='not AutoDownsampling', # 'not recalculate', help='Set to 1 for no downsampling. Non-integer downsample ' 'factors are possible. This downsampling is only used ' 'for estimating the CTF and it does not affect any ' 'further calculation. Ideally the estimation of the ' 'CTF is optimal when the Thon rings are not too ' 'concentrated at the origin (too small to be seen) ' 'and not occupying the whole power spectrum (since ' 'this downsampling might entail aliasing).') self._defineProcessParams(form) line = form.addLine('Resolution', condition='not recalculate', help='Give a value in digital frequency ' '(i.e. between 0.0 and 0.5). These cut-offs ' 'prevent the typical peak at the center of the' ' PSD and high-resolution terms where only ' 'noise exists, to interfere with CTF ' 'estimation. The default lowest value is 0.05 ' 'but for micrographs with a very fine sampling ' 'this may be lowered towards 0. The default ' 'highest value is 0.35, but it should be ' 'increased for micrographs with signals ' 'extending beyond this value. However, if ' 'your micrographs extend further than 0.35, ' 'you should consider sampling them at a finer ' 'rate.') line.addParam('lowRes', params.FloatParam, default=0.05, label='Lowest') line.addParam('highRes', params.FloatParam, default=0.35, label='Highest') line = form.addLine('Defocus search range (microns)', condition='not recalculate', expertLevel=pwcts.LEVEL_ADVANCED, help='Select _minimum_ and _maximum_ values for ' 'defocus search range (in microns). Underfocus' ' is represented by a positive number.') line.addParam('minDefocus', params.FloatParam, default=0.25, label='Min') line.addParam('maxDefocus', params.FloatParam, default=4., label='Max') form.addParam('windowSize', params.IntParam, default=512, expertLevel=pwcts.LEVEL_ADVANCED, label='Window size', condition='not recalculate', help='The PSD is estimated from small patches of this ' 'size. Bigger patches allow identifying more ' 'details. However, since there are fewer windows, ' 'estimations are noisier.') form.addParallelSection(threads=2, mpi=1) def _defineProcessParams(self, form): """ This method should be implemented by subclasses to add other parameter relatives to the specific operation.""" pass # -------------------------- INSERT steps functions ----------------------- def _insertAllSteps(self): """ Insert the steps to perform CTF estimation, or re-estimation, on a set of micrographs. """ self._defineCtfParamsDict() self.micDict = OrderedDict() if not self.recalculate: self.initialIds = self._insertInitialSteps() micDict, self.streamClosed = self._loadInputList() ctfIds = self._insertNewMicsSteps(micDict.values()) self._insertFinalSteps(ctfIds) # For the streaming mode, the steps function have a 'wait' flag # that can be turned on/off. For example, here we insert the # createOutputStep but it wait=True, which means that can not be # executed until it is set to False # (when the input micrographs stream is closed) waitCondition = self._getFirstJoinStepName() == 'createOutputStep' else: if self.isFirstTime: # Insert previous estimation or re-estimation an so on... self._insertPreviousSteps() self.isFirstTime.set(False) ctfIds = self._insertRecalculateSteps() # For now the streaming is not allowed for recalculate CTF waitCondition = False self._insertFunctionStep('createOutputStep', prerequisites=ctfIds, wait=waitCondition) def _insertInitialSteps(self): """ Override this function to insert some steps before the estimate ctfs steps. Should return a list of ids of the initial steps. """ pwutils.makePath(self._getExtraPath('DONE')) return [] def _insertNewMicsSteps(self, inputMics): """ Insert steps to process new mics (from streaming) Params: inputMics: input mics set to be check """ return self._insertNewMics(inputMics, lambda mic: mic.getMicName(), self._insertCtfStep, self._insertCtfListStep, *self._getCtfArgs()) def _insertRecalculateSteps(self): recalDeps = [] # For each psd insert the steps to process it self.recalculateSet = emobj.SetOfCTF(filename=self.sqliteFile.get(), objDoStore=False) inputMics = self.getInputMicrographs() for ctf in self.recalculateSet: line = ctf.getObjComment() if ctf.isEnabled() and line: # CTF Re-estimation # Make estimation steps independent between them objId = ctf.getObjId() stepId = self._insertFunctionStep('reEstimateCtfStep', objId, prerequisites=[]) recalDeps.append(stepId) self.micDict[objId] = inputMics[objId].clone() return recalDeps def _insertFinalSteps(self, deps): """ This should be implemented in subclasses""" return deps def _getFirstJoinStepName(self): # This function will be used for streaming, to check which is # the first function that need to wait for all micrographs # to have completed, this can be overwritten in subclasses # (e.g., in Xmipp 'sortPSDStep') return 'createOutputStep' def _getFirstJoinStep(self): for s in self._steps: if s.funcName == self._getFirstJoinStepName(): return s return None # -------------------------- STEPS functions ------------------------------ def _insertCtfStep(self, mic, prerequisites, *args): """ Basic method to insert an estimation step for a given micrograph. """ micStepId = self._insertFunctionStep('estimateCtfStep', mic.getMicName(), *args, prerequisites=prerequisites) return micStepId
[docs] def estimateCtfStep(self, micName, *args): """ Step function that will be common for all CTF protocols. It will take care of re-building the micrograph object from the micDict argument and perform any conversion if needed. Then, the function _estimateCTF will be called, that should be implemented by each CTF estimation protocol. """ mic = self.micDict[micName] micDoneFn = self._getMicrographDone(mic) micFn = mic.getFileName() if self.isContinued() and self._isMicDone(mic):"Skipping micrograph: %s, seems to be done" % micFn) return # Clean old finished files pwutils.cleanPath(micDoneFn)"Estimating CTF of micrograph: %s " % mic.getObjId()) self._estimateCTF(mic, *args) # Mark this mic as finished open(micDoneFn, 'w').close()
def _estimateCTF(self, mic, *args): """ Do the CTF estimation with the specific program and the parameters required. Params: micFn: micrograph filename micDir: micrograph directory """ raise Exception(pwutils.Message.ERROR_NO_EST_CTF)
[docs] def reEstimateCtfStep(self, micId): """ CTF - re-estimation that is common for all programs. The _restimateCTF function will be called with proper parameters. """ ctf = self.recalculateSet[micId] mic = self.micDict[micId] micDoneFn = self._getMicrographDone(mic) # Clean old finished files pwutils.cleanPath(micDoneFn)"Estimating CTF of micrograph: %s " % mic.getObjId()) self._reEstimateCTF(mic, ctf) # Mark this mic as finished open(micDoneFn, 'w').close()
def _reEstimateCTF(self, mic, ctf): """ Do the re-estimation of this mic (original one) and the parameters that comes in the comment field of the ctf object. Params: micFn: micrograph filename micDir: micrograph directory """ raise Exception(pwutils.Message.ERROR_NO_EST_CTF) # Group of functions to estimate several micrographs if the batch size is # defined. In some programs it might be more efficient to estimate many # at once and not one by one def _insertCtfListStep(self, micList, prerequisites, *args): """ Basic method to insert an estimation step for a given micrograph. """ micNameList = [mic.getMicName() for mic in micList] micStepId = self._insertFunctionStep('estimateCtfListStep', micNameList, *args, prerequisites=prerequisites) return micStepId
[docs] def estimateCtfListStep(self, micNameList, *args): micList = [] for micName in micNameList: mic = self.micDict[micName] micDoneFn = self._getMicrographDone(mic) if self.isContinued() and self._isMicDone(mic):"Skipping micrograph: %s, seems to be done" % mic.getFileName()) else: # Clean old finished files pwutils.cleanPath(micDoneFn) micList.append(mic)"Estimating CTF for micrographs: %s" % [mic.getObjId() for mic in micList]) self._estimateCtfList(micList, *args) for mic in micList: # Mark this mic as finished open(self._getMicrographDone(mic), 'w').close()
def _estimateCtfList(self, micList, *args): """ This function can be implemented by subclasses if it is a more efficient way to estimate many micrographs at once. Default implementation will just call the _estimateCTF. """ for mic in micList: self._estimateCTF(mic, *args) def _createCtfModel(self, mic, updateSampling=False): """ This should be implemented in subclasses in order to create a CTF model from program results. """ pass
[docs] def createOutputStep(self): """ This function is shared by Xmipp and CTFfind estimation, or recalculate, protocols. if is recalculate, it will iterated for each CTF model, see if was recalculated and update with new defocus values. Else, the function that should be implemented in each subclass. """ if self.recalculate: ctfSet = self._createSetOfCTF("_recalculated") prot = self.continueRun.get() or self if hasattr(prot, 'outputCTF'): micSet = prot.outputCTF.getMicrographs() # We suppose this is reading the ctf selection # (with enabled/disabled) to only consider the enabled ones # in the final SetOfCTF # TODO: maybe we can remove the need of the extra text file # with the recalculate parameters newCount = 0 for ctfModel in self.recalculateSet: if ctfModel.isEnabled() and ctfModel.getObjComment(): mic = ctfModel.getMicrograph() # Update the CTF models that where recalculated and append # later to the set, we don't want to copy the id here since # it is already correct newCtf = self._createCtfModel(mic, updateSampling=False) ctfModel.copy(newCtf, copyId=False) ctfModel.setEnabled(True) newCount += 1 ctfSet.append(ctfModel) ctfSet.setMicrographs(micSet) self._defineOutputs(outputCTF=ctfSet) self._defineCtfRelation(micSet, ctfSet) self._computeDefocusRange(ctfSet) self.summaryVar.set("CTF Re-estimation of %d micrographs" % newCount) else: raise Exception( pwutils.redStr("The outputCTF do not exist, all CTFs failed.")) else: self._createOutputStep() if self.outputCTF.getSize() == 0: raise Exception(pwutils.redStr("outputCTF has size zero, all CTFs failed." "Please review processing steps above."))
# -------------------------- INFO functions ------------------------------- def _summary(self): summary = [] if self.recalculate: if self.isFinished(): if self.summaryVar.hasValue(): summary.append(self.summaryVar.get()) else: summary.append(pwutils.Message.TEXT_NO_CTF_READY) else: if not hasattr(self, 'outputCTF'): summary.append(pwutils.Message.TEXT_NO_CTF_READY) else: summary.append("CTF estimation of %d micrographs." % self.inputMicrographs.get().getSize()) return summary def _methods(self): methods = [] if hasattr(self, 'outputCTF') and self.isFinished(): methods.append(self.methodsVar.get()) else: methods.append(pwutils.Message.TEXT_NO_CTF_READY) return methods # -------------------------- UTILS functions ------------------------------ def _defineCtfParamsDict(self): """ This function define a dictionary with parameters used for CTF estimation that are common for all micrographs. """ # Get pointer to input micrographs inputMics = self.getInputMicrographs() acq = inputMics.getAcquisition() sampling = inputMics.getSamplingRate() downFactor = self.getAttributeValue('ctfDownFactor', 1.0) if downFactor != 1.0: sampling *= downFactor self._params = {'voltage': acq.getVoltage(), 'sphericalAberration': acq.getSphericalAberration(), 'magnification': acq.getMagnification(), 'ampContrast': acq.getAmplitudeContrast(), 'samplingRate': sampling, 'scannedPixelSize': inputMics.getScannedPixelSize(), 'windowSize': self.windowSize.get(), 'lowRes': self.lowRes.get(), 'highRes': self.highRes.get(), # Convert from microns to Angstroms 'minDefocus': self.minDefocus.get() * 1e+4, 'maxDefocus': self.maxDefocus.get() * 1e+4 }
[docs] def getCtfParamsDict(self): """ Return a copy of the global params dict, to avoid overwriting values. """ return self._params
[docs] def getRecalCtfParamsDict(self, ctfModel): """ This function get the acquisition info of the micrographs""" mic = ctfModel.getMicrograph() acq = mic.getAcquisition() mag = acq.getMagnification() scannedPixelSize = mic.getSamplingRate() * mag / 10000 return {'voltage': acq.getVoltage(), 'sphericalAberration': acq.getSphericalAberration(), 'magnification': mag, 'ampContrast': acq.getAmplitudeContrast(), 'scannedPixelSize': scannedPixelSize, 'samplingRate': mic.getSamplingRate() }
def _ctfCounter(self, values): """ This function return the number of CTFs that was recalculated. """ numberOfCTF = len(values) / 2 msg = "CTF Re-estimation of %d micrographs" % numberOfCTF self.summaryVar.set(msg) def _getInputCtf(self): if self.continueRecal: sqliteFile = self._getPath() # return self.outputCTF.get() else: return self.inputCtf.get() def _iterMicrographs(self, inputMics=None): """ Iterate over micrographs and yield micrograph name. """ if inputMics is None: inputMics = self.getInputMicrographs() for mic in inputMics: micFn = mic.getFileName() yield micFn, mic def _computeDefocusRange(self, ctfSet): """ Compute the minimum and maximu defocus in a set of CTFs. The protocol methodsVar will be updated with new values. Params: ctfSet: the set of CTFs to compute min and max """ defocusList = [] for ctf in ctfSet: defocusList.append(ctf.getDefocusU()) defocusList.append(ctf.getDefocusV()) minD = min(defocusList) / 10000. maxD = max(defocusList) / 10000. self.methodsVar.set("Estimated defocus range defocus was" " %0.3f - %0.3f microns. " % (minD, maxD)) self._store(self.methodsVar) def _defocusMaxMin(self, defocusList): """ This function return the minimum and maximum of the defocus of a SetOfMicrographs. """ raise Exception("DEPRECATED")
[docs] def getInputMicrographsPointer(self): return self.inputMicrographs
[docs] def getInputMicrographs(self): return self.getInputMicrographsPointer().get()
def _getCtfArgs(self): """ Should be implemented in sub-classes to define the argument list that should be passed to the estimation step function. """ return [] # ------ Methods for Streaming CTF -------------- def _stepsCheck(self): # To allow streaming ctf estimation we need to detect: # 1) new micrographs ready to be estimated # 2) new output ctfs that have been produced and add then # to the output set. # For now the streaming is not allowed for recalculate CTF if self.recalculate: return self._checkNewInput() self._checkNewOutput() def _checkNewInput(self): # Check if there are new micrographs to process from the input set localFile = self.getInputMicrographs().getFileName() now = self.lastCheck = getattr(self, 'lastCheck', now) mTime = datetime.fromtimestamp(getmtime(localFile)) self.debug('Last check: %s, modification: %s' % (pwutils.prettyTime(self.lastCheck), pwutils.prettyTime(mTime))) # If the input micrographs.sqlite have not changed since our last check, # it does not make sense to check for new input data if self.lastCheck > mTime and hasattr(self, 'listOfMics'): return None self.lastCheck = now # Open input micrographs.sqlite and close it as soon as possible micDict, self.streamClosed = self._loadInputList() newMics = micDict.values() outputStep = self._getFirstJoinStep() if newMics: fDeps = self._insertNewMicsSteps(newMics) if outputStep is not None: outputStep.addPrerequisites(*fDeps) self.updateSteps() def _checkNewOutput(self): if getattr(self, 'finished', False): return # Load previously done items (from text file) doneList = self._readDoneList() # Check for newly done items listOfMics = self.micDict.values() nMics = len(listOfMics) newDone = [m for m in listOfMics if m.getObjId() not in doneList and self._isMicDone(m)] # Update the file with the newly done mics # or exit from the function if no new done mics self.debug('_checkNewOutput: ') self.debug(' listOfMics: %s, doneList: %s, newDone: %s' % (nMics, len(doneList), len(newDone))) allDone = len(doneList) + len(newDone) # We have finished when there is not more input mics (stream closed) # and the number of processed mics is equal to the number of inputs self.finished = self.streamClosed and allDone == nMics streamMode = pwobj.Set.STREAM_CLOSED if self.finished else pwobj.Set.STREAM_OPEN self.debug(' streamMode: %s newDone: %s' % (streamMode, not (newDone == []))) if newDone: newDoneUpdated = self._updateOutputCTFSet(newDone, streamMode) self._writeDoneList(newDoneUpdated) elif not self.finished: # If we are not finished and no new output have been produced # it does not make sense to proceed and updated the outputs # so we exit from the function here # Maybe it would be good idea to take a snap to avoid # so much IO if this protocol does not have much to do now if allDone == nMics: self._streamingSleepOnWait() return self.debug(' finished: %s ' % self.finished) self.debug(' self.streamClosed (%s) AND' % self.streamClosed) self.debug(' allDone (%s) == len(self.listOfMics (%s)' % (allDone, nMics)) if self.finished: # Unlock createOutputStep if finished all jobs self._updateStreamState(streamMode) outputStep = self._getFirstJoinStep() if outputStep and outputStep.isWaiting(): outputStep.setStatus(pwcts.STATUS_NEW) def _loadInputList(self): """ Load the input set of micrographs that are ready to be estimated. """ return self._loadSet(self.getInputMicrographs(), emobj.SetOfMicrographs, lambda mic: mic.getMicName()) def _loadSet(self, inputSet, SetClass, getKeyFunc): """ Load a given input set if their items are not already present in the self.micDict. This can be used to load new micrographs for estimation as well as new CTF (if used) in streaming. """ setFn = inputSet.getFileName() self.debug("Loading input db: %s" % setFn) updatedSet = SetClass(filename=setFn) updatedSet.loadAllProperties() newItemDict = OrderedDict() for item in updatedSet: micKey = getKeyFunc(item) if micKey not in self.micDict: newItemDict[micKey] = item.clone() streamClosed = updatedSet.isStreamClosed() updatedSet.close() self.debug("Closed db.") return newItemDict, streamClosed def _updateOutputCTFSet(self, micList, streamMode): doneFailed = [] micDoneList = [mic for mic in micList] # Do no proceed if there is not micrograph ready if not micDoneList: return [] outputName = 'outputCTF' outputCtf = getattr(self, outputName, None) # If there is not outputCTF yet, it means that is the first # time we are updating output CTFs, so we need to first create # the output set firstTime = outputCtf is None if firstTime: outputCtf = self._createSetOfCTF() outputCtf.setMicrographs(self.getInputMicrographsPointer()) else: outputCtf.enableAppend() for micFn, mic in self._iterMicrographs(micList): try: ctf = self._createCtfModel(mic) outputCtf.append(ctf) except Exception as ex: print(pwutils.yellowStr("Missing CTF?: Couldn't update CTF set with mic: %s" % micFn)) doneFailed.append(mic) self.debug(" _updateOutputCTFSet Stream Mode: %s " % streamMode) self._updateOutputSet(outputName, outputCtf, streamMode) if doneFailed: self._writeFailedList(doneFailed) if firstTime: # define relation just once # Using a pointer to define the relations is more robust to # scheduling and id changes between the protocol run.db and # the main project database.get self._defineCtfRelation(self.getInputMicrographsPointer(), outputCtf) return micDoneList def _updateStreamState(self, streamMode): outputName = 'outputCTF' outputCtf = getattr(self, outputName, None) # If there are not outputCTFs yet, it means that is the first # time we are updating output CTF, so we need to first create # the output set firstTime = outputCtf is None if firstTime: outputCtf = self._createSetOfCTF() else: outputCtf.enableAppend() self.debug(" _updateStreamState Stream Mode: %s " % streamMode) self._updateOutputSet(outputName, outputCtf, streamMode) def _readDoneList(self): """ Read from a text file the id's of the items that have been done. """ doneFile = self._getAllDone() doneList = [] # Check what items have been previously done if exists(doneFile): with open(doneFile) as f: doneList += [int(line.strip()) for line in f] return doneList def _writeDoneList(self, micList): """ Write to a text file the items that have been done. """ doneFile = self._getAllDone() if not exists(doneFile): pwutils.makeFilePath(doneFile) with open(doneFile, 'a') as f: for mic in micList: f.write('%d\n' % mic.getObjId()) def _isMicDone(self, mic): """ A mic is done if the marker file exists. """ return exists(self._getMicrographDone(mic)) def _getAllDone(self): return self._getExtraPath('DONE', 'all.TXT') def _getAllFailed(self): return self._getExtraPath('FAILED_all.TXT') def _getMicrographDir(self, mic): """ Return an unique dir name for results of the micrograph. """ return self._getTmpPath('mic_%04d' % mic.getObjId()) def _getMicrographDone(self, mic): """ Return the file that is used as a flag of termination. """ return self._getExtraPath('DONE', 'mic_%06d.TXT' % mic.getObjId()) def _writeFailedList(self, micList): """ Write to a text file the items that have failed. """ with open(self._getAllFailed(), 'a') as f: for mic in micList: f.write('%d\n' % mic.getObjId()) def _readFailedList(self): """ Read from a text file the id's of the items that have failed. """ failedFile = self._getAllFailed() failedList = [] if exists(failedFile): with open(failedFile) as f: failedList += [int(line.strip()) for line in f] return failedList
[docs]class ProtPreprocessMicrographs(ProtMicrographs): pass