.eer). For more information about EER file support in cryoSPARC, please see: EER File Support
Newto add a new Exposure Group. Configure this group as desired and click
Removethe incorrect group. CryoSPARC Live requires a minimum of one exposure group to be enabled at all times; you cannot remove an exposure group if it is the only one that exists. Note: exposure groups can only be removed if they do not have any exposures already found or processed within them. You can ignore all the exposures from a group that has already been established, or you can clear the session.
SPACEBARto open the streamlog.
Apply to Allor
Apply to Futureto save the change and cause the CryoSPARC Live GPU Workers to re-process the exposures with the new parameter.
Apply to Allto save the change and cause the CryoSPARC Live GPU Workers to re-extract all particles with the new box size. Note that you should not use
Apply for Futurein this case, as only the new box size particles will be used in streaming processing.
CryoSPARC Live GPU Workers: If these fail, you can Pause the Session and then Start it again. Any exposure that haven't been preprocessed (i.e., are found but haven't had all of Motion Correction, CTF Estimation, Particle Picking or Extraction performed on them yet, or are new incoming exposures) will be picked up normally by the new CryoSPARC Live GPU Workers that are spun up, and will be processed accordingly.
CryoSPARC Live Exposure Exportor
CryoSPARC Live Particle Export: If these jobs fail, you can simply try to run them again without Pausing the session.