Thiago Luiz Araujo Miller
and 7 contributors

NAME

App::Sandy::Command::Genome - simulate command class. Simulate genome sequencing

VERSION

version 0.20

SYNOPSIS

 sandy genome [options] <fasta-file>

 Arguments:
  a fasta-file

 Options:
  -h, --help                         brief help message
  -u, --man                          full documentation
  -v, --verbose                      print log messages
  -p, --prefix                       prefix output [default:"out"]
  -o, --output-dir                   output directory [default:"."]
  -O, --output-format                bam, sam, fastq.gz, fastq [default:"fastq.gz"]
  -1, --join-paired-ends             merge R1 and R2 outputs in one file
  -x, --compression-level            speed compression: "1" - compress faster,
                                     "9" - compress better [default:"6"; Integer]
  -i, --append-id                    append to the defined template id [Format]
  -I, --id                           overlap the default template id [Format]
  -j, --jobs                         number of jobs [default:"1"; Integer]
  -s, --seed                         set the seed of the base generator
                                     [default:"time()"; Integer]
  -c, --coverage                     genome coverage [default:"8", Number]
  -t, --sequencing-type              single-end or paired-end reads
                                     [default:"paired-end"]
  -q, --quality-profile              sequencing system profiles from quality
                                     database [default:"poisson"]
  -e, --sequencing-error             sequencing error rate for poisson
                                     [default:"0.001"; Number]
  -m, --read-mean                    read mean size for poisson
                                     [default:"100"; Integer]
  -d, --read-stdd                    read standard deviation size for poisson
                                     [default:"0"; Integer]
  -M, --fragment-mean                the fragment mean size for paired-end reads
                                     [default:"300"; Integer]
  -D, --fragment-stdd                the fragment standard deviation size for
                                     paired-end reads [default:"50"; Integer]
  -a, --structural-variation         a list of structural variation entries from
                                     variation database. This option may be passed
                                     multiple times [default:"none"]
  -A, --structural-variation-regex   a list of perl-like regex to match structural
                                     variation entries in variation database.
                                     This option may be passed multiple times
                                     [default:"none"]

DESCRIPTION

Simulate genome sequencing.

OPTIONS

--help

Print a brief help message and exits.

--man

Prints the manual page and exits.

--verbose

Prints log information to standard error

--prefix

Concatenates the prefix to the output-file name.

--output-dir

Creates output-file inside output-dir. If output-dir does not exist, it is created recursively

--output-format

Choose the output format. Available options are: bam, sam, fastq.gz, fastq. For bam option, --append-id is ignored, considering that the sequence identifier is splitted by blank character, so just the first field is included into the query name column (first column).

--join-paired-ends

By default, paired-end reads are put into two different files, prefix_R[12]_001.fastq(\.gz)?. If the user wants both outputs together, she can pass this option. If the --id does not have the escape character %R, it is automatically included right after the first field (blank separated values) as in id/%R - which resolves to id/1 or id/2. It is necessary to distinguish which read is R1/R2

--compression-level

Regulates the speed of compression using the specified digit (between 1 and 9), where "1" indicates the fastest compression method (less compression) and "9" indicates the slowest compression method (best compression). The default compression level is "6"

--append-id

Append string template to the defined template id. See Format

--id

Overlap the default defined template id: single-end %i.%U_%c_%s_%t_%n and paired-end %i.%U_%c_%s_%S_%E e.g. SR123.1_chr1_P_1001_1101 See Format

Format

A string Format is a combination of literal and escape characters similar to the way printf works. That way, the user has the freedom to customize the fastq sequence identifier to fit her needs. Valid escape characteres are:

Common escape characters

        ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
         Escape       Meaning
        ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
         %i           instrument id composed by SR + PID
         %I           job slot number
         %q           quality profile
         %e           sequencing error
         %x           sequencing error position
         %R           read 1, or 2 if it is the paired-end mate
         %U           read number
         %r           read size
         %m           read mean
         %d           read standard deviation
         %c           sequence id as chromossome, gene/transcript id
         %C           sequence id type (reference or alternate non reference allele) ***
         %s           read strand
         %t           read start position
         %n           read end position
         %a           read start position regarding reference genome ***
         %b           read end position regarding reference genome ***
         %v           structural variation position ***
        ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
        *** specific for structural variation (genome simulation only)

Paired-end specific escape characters

        ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
         Escape       Meaning
        ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
         %T           mate read start position
         %N           mate read end position
         %A           mate read start position regarding reference genome ***
         %B           mate read end position regarding reference genome ***
         %D           distance between the paired-reads
         %M           fragment mean
         %D           fragment standard deviation
         %f           fragment size
         %F           fragment strand
         %S           fragment start position
         %E           fragment end position
         %X           fragment start position regarding reference genome ***
         %Z           fragment end position regarding reference genome ***
        ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
        *** specific for structural variation (genome simulation only)
--jobs

Sets the number of child jobs to be created

--seed

Sets the seed of the base generator. The ability to set the seed is useful for those who want reproducible simulations. Pay attention to the number of jobs (--jobs) set, because each job receives a different seed calculated from the main seed. So, for reproducibility, the same seed set before needs the same number of jobs set before as well.

--read-mean

Sets the read mean if quality-profile is equal to 'poisson'. The quality-profile from database overrides the read-size

--read-stdd

Sets the read standard deviation if quality-profile is equal to 'poisson'. The quality-profile from database overrides the read-stdd

--coverage

Calculates the number of reads based on the genome coverage: number_of_reads = (sequence_size * coverage) / read_size. This is the default option for genome sequencing simulation

--sequencing-type

Sets the sequencing type to single-end or paired-end

--fragment-mean

If the sequencing-type is set to paired-end, it sets the fragment mean

--fragment-stdd

If the sequencing-type is set to paired-end, it sets the fragment standard deviation

--sequencing-error

Sets the sequencing error rate if quality-profile is equal to 'poisson'. Valid values are between zero and one

--quality-profile

Sets the sequencing system profile for quality. The default value is a poisson distribution, but the user can choose among several profiles stored into the database or import his own data. See quality command for more details

--structural-variation

Sets the structural variation to be applied on the genome feeded. By default no variation is included to the simulation, but the user has the power to point some entries from variation database or index his own data. This option accepts a list with comma separated values and can be passed multiple times, which is useful in order to join various types of structural variation into the same simulation. It is possible to combine this option with --structural-variation-regex See variation command for the available list of structural variation entries

--structural-variation-regex

Applies perl-regex in the variation database and selects all entryes that match the pattern. This option accepts a list with comma separated values and can be passed multiple times. It is possible to combine this option with --structural-variation See variation command for the available list of structural variation entries

AUTHORS

  • Thiago L. A. Miller <tmiller@mochsl.org.br>

  • J. Leonel Buzzo <lbuzzo@mochsl.org.br>

  • Felipe R. C. dos Santos <fsantos@mochsl.org.br>

  • Helena B. Conceição <hconceicao@mochsl.org.br>

  • Gabriela Guardia <gguardia@mochsl.org.br>

  • Fernanda Orpinelli <forpinelli@mochsl.org.br>

  • Pedro A. F. Galante <pgalante@mochsl.org.br>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is Copyright (c) 2018 by Teaching and Research Institute from Sírio-Libanês Hospital.

This is free software, licensed under:

  The GNU General Public License, Version 3, June 2007