Cache particles on a worker node so they're ready to be used as soon as resources are available.
Cache particles on a workstation before running a job that requires the particles. This is useful when working with many particles, as it may take a long time to copy these over to the SSD. Pre-caching allows you to free up the GPU that would've normally been acquired during the caching process, allowing other jobs to use the GPU while caching completes. Read more about SSD caching in cryoSPARC.
A common "Cache Particles" workflow.
Common Next Steps
This job usually sits in between an Extract From Micrographs job and a particle processing job like 2D Classification, Non-uniform Refinement, or 3D Classification.