This block batch registers images. Each time you run a batch run of run_script.b (typically would have a different make_scriptR.seed), then run blockFinish to log the results.
For script, set the ID
Ensure make_scriptR.seed is linked to the script you want to run. For starters, you can use one of the default ones. If needed, you can craft something specific and place it in lsupport.
relink.sh support/register-basic01.seed make_scriptR.seed relink.sh script/make_scriptR_02.seed make_scriptR.seed ls -l make_scriptR.seed | tee -a notes
Set-up batch register files
Replace make_script.in with a list of images that you want to use. It is important that the first character is blank and the file is terminated with an "END"
# Create a list of images that need to be processed. echo working with dataset active.$ID | tee -a notes echo y | cp lsupport/active.$ID make_script.in echo END >> make_script.in wc -l make_script.in | tee -a notes
Batch register images
Build the scripts. We use nohup to ensure that if the login window is lost, the process still runs.
make_scriptR nohup sh run_script.b
ls *.INN | wc ls *.OOT | wc
This gives stats to help you see which things to work.
registerEval.sh wc eval/evalGood.txt eval/evalBad.txt | tee -a notes
If you so desire, especially early on, make R/B images to see the quality of the fit
Fix unregistered images
# Fix unregistered images .......
If evalBad.txt is large, then you can tweak make_scriptR.seed and rerun on the bad list
cut -c 1-12 evalBad.txt | sed -e "s/^/ /" > make_script.in echo "END" >> make_script.in relink ________.seed make_scriptR.seed echo "Rerunning with evalBad.txt" >> notes ls -l make_scriptR.seed >> notes make_scriptR nohup sh run_script.b
Finish the Block
echo 2 | blockFinish ps$ID
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