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getCommand

Translate object properties to original options syntax

Description

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S = getCommand(optionsObject) returns a string S representing the modified properties in optionsObject translated into the original syntax (prefixed by one or two dashes). By default, the function translates only the modified properties.

Note

If you set IncludeAll to true, the software translates all available properties, with default values for unspecified properties. The only exception is that when the default value of a property is NaN, Inf, [], '', or "", then the software does not translate the corresponding property.

Examples

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Create a CufflinksOptions object.

Note

getCommand also works on other options objects. For a complete list of objects, see optionsObject.

opt = CufflinksOptions;

Modify the object properties. For this example, specify the minimum average coverage for 3' end trimming and change the seed for the Cufflinks random number generator.

opt.TrimCoverageThreshold = 5;
opt.Seed = 1;

Retrieve the options translated into the original syntax.

s = getCommand(opt)
ans =

    "--seed -2.3 --trim-3-avgcov-thresh 5"

Input Arguments

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Output Arguments

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Options in the original syntax, returned as a string.

References

[1] Trapnell, C., B. Williams, G. Pertea, A. Mortazavi, G. Kwan, J. van Baren, S. Salzberg, B. Wold, and L. Pachter. 2010. Transcript assembly and quantification by RNA-Seq reveals unannotated transcripts and isoform switching during cell differentiation. Nature Biotechnology. 28:511–515.

[2] Li, Heng, and Richard Durbin. “Fast and Accurate Short Read Alignment with Burrows-Wheeler Transform.” Bioinformatics 25, no. 14 (July 15, 2009): 1754–60. https://doi.org/10.1093/bioinformatics/btp324.

[3] Li, Heng, and Richard Durbin. “Fast and Accurate Long-Read Alignment with Burrows–Wheeler Transform.” Bioinformatics 26, no. 5 (March 1, 2010): 589–95. https://doi.org/10.1093/bioinformatics/btp698.

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