AUTO3DEM—an automated and high throughput program for image reconstruction of icosahedral particles. AUTO3DEM is an automation system designed to accelerate the computationally intensive process of three-dimensional structure determination from images of vitrified icosahedral virus particles. With minimal user input and intervention, AUTO3DEM manages the flow of data between the major image reconstruction programs, monitors the progress of the computations, and intelligently updates the input parameters as the resolution of the model is improved. It is designed to be used on any computer running the Linux or UNIX operating systems and can be run in parallel mode on multi-processor systems.
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- Wang, Chenqi; Cafferkey, Neil; Kennedy, James; Morrison, John P.: CG3DR: coordination of icosahedral virus reconstruction using condensed graphs (2011)