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pipeline:window:cryolo:start_cryolo [2019/09/16 11:40]
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 You can use crYOLO either by command line or by using the GUI. The GUI should be easier for most users. You can start it with: You can use crYOLO either by command line or by using the GUI. The GUI should be easier for most users. You can start it with:
 <​code>​ <​code>​
-cryoloo.py+cryolo_gui.py
 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
 {{ :​pipeline:​window:​cryolo:​cryolo_start.png?​700 |}} {{ :​pipeline:​window:​cryolo:​cryolo_start.png?​700 |}}
  
-The crYOLO GUI is basically ​a visualization of the commandline ​interface. On left side, you find all possible "​Actions":​ +The crYOLO GUI is essentially ​a visualization of the command line interface. On left side, you find all possible "​Actions":​ 
-  * **conifg**: With this action you create the configuration file that you need to run crYOLO. +  * **config**: With this action you create the configuration file that you need to run crYOLO. 
-  * **train**: This action ​let you train crYOLO from scratch or refine an existing model. +  * **train**: This action ​lets you train crYOLO from scratch or refine an existing model. 
-  * **predict**:​ If you have your model ready, ​you can pick the particles ​on your dataset ​using this command. +  * **predict**:​ If you have a (pre)trained ​model you can pick particles ​in your data set using this command. 
-  * **evaluation**:​ This action helps you need to quantify the "​goodness" ​of your model.+  * **evaluation**:​ This action helps you to quantify the quality ​of your model.
  
-Each action has several parameters which are organized in tabs. Once you chosen your settings you can press "Start", the command will be applied and crYOLO shows you the output:+Each action has several parameters which are organized in tabs. Once you have chosen your settings you can press [Start] (just as example, don't press it now ;-)), the command will be applied and crYOLO shows you the output:
  
-SCREENSHOT HERE+{{ :​pipeline:​window:​cryolo:​cryolo_start_02.png?​700 |}}
  
-It will tell you when something went wrong. Pressing ​"​edit" ​brings you back to your settings, where you can either edit the settings (in case something went wrong) or go to the next action.+It will tell you if something went wrong. Moreover, it will tell you all parameters used. Pressing ​[Back] ​brings you back to your settings, where you can either edit the settings (in case something went wrong) or go to the next action.
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