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== IOTA: '''i'''ntegration '''o'''ptimization, '''t'''riage and '''a'''nalysis ==
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== '''''IOTA''''': '''i'''ntegration '''o'''ptimization, '''t'''riage and '''a'''nalysis ==
  
  
 
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IOTA is a user-friendly front end for the ''cctbx.xfel'' suite of serial diffraction data processing programs. It is comprised of three main modules:
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''IOTA'' is a user-friendly front end for the ''cctbx.xfel'' suite of serial diffraction data processing programs. It is comprised of three main modules:
  
 
   1. Raw image import, conversion, pre-processing and triage
 
   1. Raw image import, conversion, pre-processing and triage
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   3. Analysis of the integrated dataset
 
   3. Analysis of the integrated dataset
  
These modules are united by a command-line interface and are run in sequence. The user can point IOTA towards a single diffraction image, a folder of images, a list of image paths or a modified script file. If no script file is supplied, IOTA will automatically generate reasonable defaults (currently optimized for a MARCCD detector, but also usable with Pilatus detectors).
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These modules are united by a command-line interface and are run in sequence. The user can point ''IOTA'' towards a single diffraction image, a folder of images, a list of image paths or a modified script file. If no script file is supplied, ''IOTA'' will automatically generate reasonable defaults (currently optimized for a MARCCD detector, but also usable with Pilatus detectors).
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== Running ''''IOTA'''' in Auto Mode ==

Revision as of 19:26, 11 November 2015


IOTA: integration optimization, triage and analysis


IOTA is a user-friendly front end for the cctbx.xfel suite of serial diffraction data processing programs. It is comprised of three main modules:

 1. Raw image import, conversion, pre-processing and triage
 2. Image indexing and integration using cctbx.xfel modules (with optimization of spot-finding parameters)
 3. Analysis of the integrated dataset

These modules are united by a command-line interface and are run in sequence. The user can point IOTA towards a single diffraction image, a folder of images, a list of image paths or a modified script file. If no script file is supplied, IOTA will automatically generate reasonable defaults (currently optimized for a MARCCD detector, but also usable with Pilatus detectors).


Running 'IOTA' in Auto Mode