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correct_abundances - run the genome abundance similarity correction step
Run the similarity correction step.
Note: Although it is possible to run the read mappers by hand or to create the similarity
matrix manually, we strongly recommend to use the provided Python scripts 'run_mappers.py'
NAMES: Filename of the names file; the plain text names file should contain one name per
line. The name is used as identifier in the whole algorithm.
show this help message and exit
-m SMAT, --similarity-matrix=SMAT
Path to similarity matrix file. The similarity matrix must be created with the same
NAMES file. [default: ./similarity_matrix.npy]
-s SAM, --samfiles=SAM
Pattern pointing to the SAM files created by the mapper. Placeholder for the name
is "%s". [default: ./SAM/%s.sam]
-b BOOT, --bootstrap-samples=BOOT
Set the number of bootstrap samples. Use 1 to disable bootstrapping [default: 100]
-o OUT, --output=OUT
Plain text output file containing the results. [default: ./results.txt]
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