sand_align_kernel - align candidate sequences sequentially
sand_align_kernel [options] [input file]
sand_align_kernel aligns candidate sequences sequentially.
It is not normally called by the user, but is invoked by
sand_align_master(1) for each sequential step of a distributed
alignment workload. The options to sand_align_kernel control
the type of alignment (Smith-Waterman, Prefix-Suffix, Banded, etc)
and the quality threshhold for reporting alignments. These options
are typically passed in by giving the -e option to sand_align_master.
sand_align_kernel reads a list of sequences
from the given input file, or from standard input if none is given.
The sequences are in the compressed fasta format produced
by sand_compress_reads(1). The first sequence in the input
is compared against all following sequences until a separator line.
Following the separator, the next sequence is compared against
all following sequences until the following separator, and so on.
| -a <sw|ps|banded>|
|Specify the type of alignment: sw (Smith-Waterman), ps (Prefix-Suffix), or banded. If not specified, default is banded.
| -o <ovl|ovl_new|align|matrix>|
|Specify how each alignment should be output: ovl (Celera V5, V6 OVL format), ovl_new (Celera V7 overlap format), align (display the sequences and alignment graphically) or matrix (display the dynamic programming matrix). sand_align_master(1) expects the ovl output format, which is the default. The other formats are useful for debugging.
| -m <length>|
|Minimum aligment length (default: 0).
| -q <quality>|
|Minimum match quality (default: 1.00)
| -x ||Delete input file after completion.
| -d <subsystem>|
|Enable debugging for this subsystem. (Try -d all to start.
| -v ||Show program version.
| -h ||Display this message.
On success, returns zero. On failure, returns non-zero.
Users do not normally invoke sand_align_kernel directly. Instead, pass arguments by using the -e option to sand_align_master(1). For example, to specify a minimum alignment length of 5 and a minimum quality of 0.25:
% sand_align_master sand_align_kernel -e "-m 5 -q 0.25" mydata.cand mydata.cfa mydata.ovl
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CCTools 4.0.4rc1 released on 12/06/2013