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bedextract - manual page for bedextract 2.4.36+dfsg
bedextract citation: http://bioinformatics.oxfordjournals.org/content/28/14/1919.abstract https://doi.org/10.1093/bioinformatics/bts277 version: 2.4.36 (typical) authors: Shane Neph & Alex Reynolds Every input file must be sorted per sort-bed. USAGE: 0) --help or --version Print requested info and exit successfully 1) --list-chr <input.bed> Print all unique chromosome names found in <input.bed> 2) <chromosome> <input.bed> Retrieve all rows for chr8 with: bedextract chr8 <input.bed> 3) <query.bed> <target> Grab elements from the <query.bed> that overlap elements in <target>. Same as `bedops -e 1 <query.bed> <target>`, except that this option fails silently if <query.bed> contains fully-nested BED elements. If no fully-nested element exists, bedextract can vastly improve upon the performance of bedops. <target> may be a BED or Starch file (with or without fully-nested elements). Using '-' for <target> indicates input (in BED format) comes from stdin.
The full documentation for bedextract is maintained as a Texinfo manual. If the info and bedextract programs are properly installed at your site, the command info bedextract should give you access to the complete manual.