I recently collected a dataset processed with cryoSPARC Live that had 13994 exposures accepted, but when I exported exposures, the job in non-live cryoSPARC reports a matching exposure count of 13300. What could be causing this discrepancy? It appears that almost 700 exposures have not been exported from Live.
The “Accepted” statistic you see is calculated by looping through all exposures and only counting ones that have not been manually or threshold rejected.
The “matching exposures” in the “Export Exposures” function is a bit more strict. Specifically, the exposure must:
- Be in the
ready stage (as opposed to being in stage
do_check, indicated by the green outline in the exposure feed)
- Be in an exposure group that has not been ignored
- Not have
failed (indicated by the red outline in the exposure feed)
- Not be
in_progress (indicated by the blue outline in the exposure feed)
- Not be manually rejected (indicated by the “M” icon in the exposure feed)
- Not be threshold rejected (indicated by the “X” icon in the exposure feed)
Thank you, that does clarify the difference!