Ensure you have reviewed and completed the pre-requisites before downloading and installing cryoSPARC:
Once you have confirmed the prerequisites, you should have completed the following:
In addition, make sure that the hardware to which you are installing meets system requirements:
CryoSPARC is available free of charge for non-profit academic use. To download the software, you will need a cryoSPARC License ID, which can be requested via the form at https://cryosparc.com/download/.
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Once you've reviewed the cryoSPARC Installation Prerequisites and have decided on an architecture suitable for your situation, the installation process can be distilled to a few main steps:
cryosparc_master package on the master node
Start cryoSPARC for the first time
Create the first administrator user
[Optional] Set up recurring backup of the cryoSPARC database
If you chose to install cryoSPARC via the single-workstation method, at this point, you are finished installing cryoSPARC. Otherwise, continue.
Log onto a worker node and install the
cryosparc_worker package (installing the
cryosparc_worker package requires an NVIDIA GPU and CUDA Toolkit 10+)
Depending on whether you're installing cryoSPARC on a cluster or on a standalone worker machine, connect the worker node to cryoSPARC via
cryosparcm cluster connect or
CryoSPARC is now fully installed. You may also choose to add more standalone worker machines at any time by using the
cryosparcw connect utility.
With this summary in mind, please follow the exact detailed instructions on the following page to perform the installation: