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twagner [Denoise]
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twagner [Training a model for your data]
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 In case you want to use the general model ([[janni#​Download|Download here]]), you can skip this part and directly [[janni_tutorial#​denoise|denoise]] your images. ​ In case you want to use the general model ([[janni#​Download|Download here]]), you can skip this part and directly [[janni_tutorial#​denoise|denoise]] your images. ​
  
-In case you would like to train a model for your data, you need to copy a few movie files into a separate directory. We typically use at least 30 movies (unaligned) to train the model. Fewer might also work, but more often work much better. ​ The first thing you have to do is to create a configuration file for JANNI.+In case you would like to train a model for your data, you need to copy a few movie files into a separate directory. We typically use at least 30 movies (unaligned) to train the model. Fewer might also work, but more often work much better. ​Its recommended to copy movies from different data collections into different folders. If you later water do denoise binned micrographs,​ you should setup binning correctly. 
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 +<note important>​ 
 +** Setup binning ** 
 +In case your movies are superresolution and you later want to denoise binned micrographs,​ the movies need to be binned during training. Therefore create a file ''​bin.txt''​ in the training folder with the movies that needs to be binned. Write the binning factor into this file (typically 2 or 4). 
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 +The next thing you have to do is to create a configuration file for JANNI.
  
 === Configuration === === Configuration ===
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