- REQUIRED ARGUMENTS
- OPTIONAL ARGUMENTS
- AUTHOR - Florent Angly
bc_manage_members - Delete or rename community members
bc_manage_members -input_files communities.generic \ -exclude_names Cyanobacteria Eukaryot* \ -name_prefix "Root; " \ -output_prefix processed_communities
This script reads files containing biological communities and includes, deletes merges, sorts or renames the specified communities. See Bio::Community for more information.
- -if <input_files>... | -input_files <input_files>...
Input file containing the communities to manipulate. When providing communities in a format that supports only one community per file (e.g. gaas), you can provide multiple input files.
- -op <output_prefix> | -output_prefix <output_prefix>
Path and prefix for the output files. Default: output_prefix.default
- -np <name_prefix> | -name_prefix <name_prefix>
Prefix to add to the beginning of all member names. Default: name_prefix.default
- -ns <name_suffix> | -name_suffix <name_suffix>
Suffix to add to the end of all member names. Default: name_suffix.default
- -in <include_names>... | -include_names <include_names>...
If names of members are specified, only these members will be included in the output file. Member names can be specified using wildcards, which means that 'marine*2013' will match all names starting with 'marine' and finishing with '2013', while '*gut*' will match all names containing 'gut'.
- -en <exclude_names>... | -exclude_names <exclude_names>...
Names of members to exclude from the output file. As with <include_names>, wildcards are supported.
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