[3dem] Surface projection maps.
rkhayat at ccny.cuny.edu
Tue Feb 12 08:45:18 PST 2019
I think the program rivem (radial interpretation of virus electron-density map) will allow you to do this.
Reza Khayat, PhD
City College of New York
Department of Chemistry
New York, NY 10031
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Subject: [EXTERNAL] [3dem] Surface projection maps.
I would like to do something which I'm hoping that someone else has done before, or at least something similar and might have a solution to share.
I have some raw tomograms of spherical-ish viral particles and I would like to create a flattened (projected) 2D image of the surface of a single virion. I'm thinking that it would be sort of like making a world map using the Mercator projection, i.e. projecting a sphere onto a cylinder and "rolling out" the cylinder. Ideally there would be a way to average several pixels in each direction to enhance the contrast in the tomogram.
Has anyone seen something like this done in a publication or has even done something like this themselves?
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