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Figure 3
Functionality areas of Dynamo and associated commands. Catalogues (opened with the command dcm) take care of archiving lists of tomograms. Individual tomograms are visualized inside the volume browser dtmslice, with is connected to the model system and its geometric tools. The annotations created by models are stored in the catalogue, which can produce a data set of cropped subtomograms, a process driven by the command dtcrop. Alignment projects on the formed data set can be run through the GUI dcp. While the main result of an alignment project is the final average, in practice it is frequently necessary to closely inspect all of the results of an alignment process to further the analysis. To this end, Dynamo includes tools for PCA-based classification (dccm_analysis), visualization of averages (dview, dmapview) and metadata (dtshow) in the context of the original tomograms (dpktomo.volume.slices.Slice, dtplace) and database access to all elements generated by the project (ddb).

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