Scipion Supported Software
Scipion is a software framework for integrating and managing cryo-EM image processing workflows. It provides a user-friendly interface for managing the entire cryo-EM processing pipeline, from data pre-processing to high-resolution structure determination. Scipion integrates a variety of software packages, including RELION, cryoSPARC, and EMAN2, and allows for seamless integration with other image processing software. Its capabilities include particle picking, 2D/3D classification, refinement, and model building, making it a powerful tool for the structural biology community. Additionally, Scipion provides a flexible and extensible platform that allows users to create custom workflows and automate repetitive tasks.
Capabilities and Features
Scipion provides real-time feedback during each step of the cryo-EM processing pipeline, allowing users to monitor their progress and make adjustments as needed. This feature helps users identify and correct issues early in the workflow, saving time and resources in the long run.
Scipion has built-in tools for collaboration and integration to share workflows and data seamlessly. Integrates Scipion with a variety of software packages, including RELION, cryoSPARC, and EMAN2, useful for multi-institutional or multi-disciplinary research projects where multiple mediums are used.
The flexible and extensible platform allows users to create custom workflows tailored to their specific research needs. Users can choose from a variety of pre-built modules or create their own modules with Scipion's user-friendly interface, a powerful tool for a wide range of cryo-EM applications.
Process Images on the Fly with Scipion
Multiple options are available to process your data on the fly, running in batches or multi-GPU jobs. Scipion is a cryo-EM processing framework that integrates several software packages for a smooth executable workflow interface. Scipion handles all format conversion and is excellent for checking reproducibility and accuracy between methods, perfect for biologists and developers.