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NAME

       bedops-starch - manual page for bedops-starch 2.4.35+dfsg

DESCRIPTION

       starch

              citation: http://bioinformatics.oxfordjournals.org/content/28/14/1919.abstract

              https://doi.org/10.1093/bioinformatics/bts277

              binary  version:  2.4.35  (typical) (creates archive version: 2.2.0) authors:  Alex
              Reynolds and Shane Neph

       USAGE: starch [ --note="foo bar..." ]

              [ --bzip2 | --gzip ] [ --omit-signature ] [ --report-progress=N ] [  --header  ]  [
              <unique-tag> ] <bed-file>

              *  BED  input  must  be  sorted lexicographically (e.g., using BEDOPS sort-bed).  *
              Please use '-' to indicate reading BED data from standard input.  * Output must  be
              directed  to  a regular file.  * The bzip2 compression type makes smaller archives,
              while gzip extracts

              faster.

              Process                                                                       Flags
              --------------------------------------------------------------------------
              --note="foo bar..."   Append note to output archive metadata (optional).

       --bzip2 | --gzip
              Specify backend compression type (optional, default is bzip2).

       --omit-signature
              Skip generating per-chromosome data integrity signature (optional,  default  is  to
              generate signature).

       --report-progress=N
              Report  compression  progress  every  N  elements  per chromosome to standard error
              stream (optional)

       --header
              Support BED input with custom UCSC track, SAM or VCF headers, or  generic  comments
              (optional).

       <unique-tag>
              Optional. Specify unique identifier for transformed data.

       --version
              Show binary version.

       --help Show this usage message.

SEE ALSO

       The  full  documentation for bedops-starch is maintained as a Texinfo manual.  If the info
       and bedops-starch programs are properly installed at your site, the command

              info bedops-starch

       should give you access to the complete manual.