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nanook - flexible, multi-reference software for pre- and post-alignment analysis of nanopore sequencing data, quality and error profiles
nanook <extract|align|analyse|compare|process> [options]
NanoOK (pronounced na-nook) is a tool for extraction, alignment and analysis of Nanopore reads. NanoOK will extract reads as FASTA or FASTQ files, align them (with a choice of alignment tools), then generate a comprehensive multi-page PDF report containing yield, accuracy and quality analysis. Along the way, it generates plain text files which can be used for further analysis, as well as graphs suitable for inclusion in presentations and papers.
extract options: -s|-sample <dir> specifies sample directory -f|-reads specifies alternative dir for FAST5 files (default fast5) Can be absolute (beginning with /) or relative e.g. -f reads/downloads if replicating Metrichor file structure -a|-fasta specifies FASTA file extraction (default) -q|-fastq specifies FASTQ file extraction -basecallindex specifies the index of the analysis (default: latest) -mergereads to generate merged FASTA files in addition to single read files -minquality <value> to set the minimum quality for a 'pass' read align options: -s|-sample <dir> specifies sample directory -r|-reference <path> specifies path to reference database -aligner <name> specifies the aligner (default last) -alignerparams <params> specifies parameters to the aligner -showaligns echoes aligner commands to screen analyse options: -s|-sample <dir> specifies sample directory -r|-reference <path> specifies path to reference database -aligner <name> specifies the aligner (default last) -coveragebin <int> specifies coverage bin size (default 100) -bitmaps to output bitmap PNG graphs instead of PDF compare options: -l|-samplelist <file> specifies a sample list file -o|-outputdir <directory> specifies an output directory -type <2d|template|complement> specifies an output directory process options: -process <file> specifies a process file Read type options: -passonly to analyse only pass reads -failonly to analyse only fail reads -2donly to analyse only 2D reads -templateonly to analyse just Template reads -complementonly to analyse just Complement reads Other options: -t|-numthreads <number> specifies the number of threads to use (default 1) -log <filename> enables debug logging to file -force to force NanoOK to ignore warnings -timeout to set the number of seconds before giving up waiting for new reads (default 2) Valid aligners: last, bwa, blasr, marginalign, graphmap
This manpage was written by Andreas Tille for the Debian distribution and can be used for any other usage of the program.