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Converts ms and msms peaklist from/to various formats. Formats can be specified or will hopefully be deduced from the files extensions

SYNOPSIS --in=[format:]file --out=[format:]file



If the format is not idj, this parameter can be repeated


If no files are specified (thus the format must be) I/O are stdin/out.



Defined a default charge for the precursor (msms) of the peak (ms) (it might be overwritten if the input file definesit explicitely. The charge argument can be something like '1+', '1', '2,3', '2+ AND 3+' etc.


Will force the default charge defined into the file to be replaced


Allows for setting a title (one line text)


Allows for using a filter. See 'InSilicoSpectro/t/Spectra/Filter/examples.xml' for more information.


Set sample related info example 'instrument=QTOF;instrumentId=xyz'


turn 2+ and 3+ precursor into (2+ OR 3+)


(or similar) will attribute 1+=>1+, 2+=>2+ or 3+, 3+=>2+,3+ or 4+.


If for example i1=-1 and i2=2, precursor moz will be replicate with -1, +1 and +2 Dalton


Do not read msms or pmf information


Prints all the possible format for input


Prints all the possible format for output


report all possible input/ouput format + relative info (optional/compulsory arguements...)


activates a caching system for large files



./ --in=dta:somedir --out=somefile.idj.xml


Copyright (C) 2004-2005 Geneva Bioinformatics

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