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PROGRAM:

NAME


gt-chseqids - Change sequence ids by the mapping given in a mapping file.

SYNOPSIS


gt chseqids [option ...] mapping_file [GFF3_file]

DESCRIPTION


-sort [yes|no]
sort the GFF3 features after changing the sequence ids (memory consumption is
proportional to the input file size) (default: no)

-v [yes|no]
be verbose (default: no)

-o [filename]
redirect output to specified file (default: undefined)

-gzip [yes|no]
write gzip compressed output file (default: no)

-bzip2 [yes|no]
write bzip2 compressed output file (default: no)

-force [yes|no]
force writing to output file (default: no)

-help
display help and exit

-version
display version information and exit

File format for mapping_file:

The supplied mapping file defines a mapping table named “chseqids”. It maps the
sequence-region entries given in the GFF3_file to other names. It can be defined as
follows:

chseqids = {
chr1 = "seq1",
chr2 = "seq2"
}

When this example is used, all sequence ids “chr1” will be changed to “seq1” and all
sequence ids “chr2” to “seq2”.

REPORTING BUGS


Report bugs to <gt-users@genometools.org>.

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