I have seen this topic been discussed in this forum and am really appreciate for the solution orangeboomerang posted previously. I tried to follow the solution but could not get it correctly.
Here is my situation: I imported the movies into cryosparc and did patch-motion and patch-ctf and want to try to re-extract the same set of particles in these images I picked in relion a while ago for re-process.
In Import Particles, I connected the exposures from patch-ctf, and specified the modified .star file (contains
_rlnMicrographName #1, _rlnCoordinateX #2, _rlnCoordinateY #3), choose
ignore raw data, and in the
suffix to cut, I think I cutted it correctly from the end of each image file. But I still get the following error.
I am not sure whether it is because the front of the source micrograph filename has this extra ‘6521773161666237731_’. Can anyone give me some idea how to solve the problem?
[CPU: 192.9 MB] Example source micrograph filename: 6521773161666237731_20191025_Jing_234_00000_Oct25_22.02.00 [CPU: 193.3 MB] Example query micrograph filename: 20191025_Jing_234_00009_Oct25_22.04.51 [CPU: 193.3 MB] Traceback (most recent call last): File "cryosparc2_master/cryosparc2_compute/run.py", line 85, in cryosparc2_compute.run.main File "cryosparc2_compute/jobs/imports/run.py", line 209, in run_import_particles assert qname in inv_index_source, "Could not find match for %s" % qname AssertionError: Could not find match for 20191025_Jing_234_00009_Oct25_22.04.51