srf_filter - filter SRF files for various purposes
srf_filter [-c chunk_types] [-f read_filter] [-C] [-o] [-v] input(s) output
- Chunk types to output given as a comma delimited list of types. The following types are allowed: "ALL", "BASE", "CNF1", "CNF4" "SAMP", "SMP4". The default is "ALL".
- SAMP/SMP4 mdata types to output given as a comma delimited list of types. The following types are allowed: "ALL", "PROC", "SLXI", "SLXN" "0FAM", "1CY3", "2TXR", "3CY5". The default is "ALL".
- The filter to apply to reads in the archive.
- If reads match the
- filter they are dumped. The filter takes the form of <name>=<value>, where <name> can be "read", "prefix", "file". If the <name> is "read" the value is represents the name of a read to dump. Only the matching read will be dumped. If the <name> is "prefix" the value is represents the prefix of the name of the reads to dump. Only the matching reads will be dumped. If the <name> is "file" the value is a file name where any number of "read" and "prefix" name value pairs can be included, one per line. The default is no filter, which means all reads are dumped.
- exclude bad reads using readsFlags bitmask in data block header.
- -2 cyc
- use this option to add a Illumina-style REGN chunk.
- Print verbose messages.
Use '-' for the input or output name to read from stdin or write to stdout.
|August 2013||srf_filter 1.13.2|