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       libpwiz - library to perform proteomics data analyses (runtime)


       This  manual  page  documents briefly the libpwiz package that brings a library library to
       perform proteomics data analyses. ProteoWizard provides a modular and  extensible  set  of
       open-source,  cross-platform  tools  and  libraries.  The  tools  perform  proteomics data
       analyses; the libraries enable rapid  tool  creation  by  providing  a  robust,  pluggable
       development  framework that simplifies and unifies data file access, and performs standard
       chemistry and LCMS dataset computations.

EXAMPLES OF BINARIES -Ipwiz/data/msdata/ramp

       All these programs (in `/usr/lib/libpwizX/example-files' could be built using the  command
       line shown after the binary name:

       - mscat (g++ -I /usr/include/libpwiz -l pwiz mscat.cpp -o mscat)

       -   hello_analyzer_2   (g++   -I  /usr/include/libpwiz  -l  pwiz  hello_analyzer_2.cpp  -o

       -  hello_analyzer   (g++   -I   /usr/include/libpwiz   -l   pwiz   hello_analyzer.cpp   -o

       - hello_msdata (g++ -I /usr/include/libpwiz -l pwiz hello_msdata.cpp -o hello_msdata)

       -  txt2mzml  (g++  -I  /usr/include/libpwiz  -l  pwiz  -l boost_filesystem -l boost_system
       txt2mzml.cpp -o txt2mzml)

       - hello_ramp (g++ -I /usr/include/libpwiz -I /usr/include/libpwiz/pwiz/data/msdata/ramp -l
       pwiz hello_ramp.cpp -o hello_ramp)

       -  write_example_files  (g++  -I  /usr/include/libpwiz  -l pwiz write_example_files.cpp -o

       -     write_mzid_example_files     (g++     -I      /usr/include/libpwiz      -l      pwiz
       write_mzid_example_files.cpp -o write_mzid_example_files)

       -     write_proteome_example_files     (g++     -I     /usr/include/libpwiz     -l    pwiz
       write_proteome_example_files.cpp -o write_proteome_example_files)

       -     write_traml_example_files     (g++     -I     /usr/include/libpwiz      -l      pwiz
       write_traml_example_files.cpp -o write_traml_example_files)

       The  -I  /usr/include/libpwiz  specifies  the  location of the include files for the whole
       proteowizard project.  The -l pwiz specifies the libpwiz library to be linked-in so as  to
       build the binaries.


       Chambers, M.C., MacLean, B., Burke, R., Amode, D., Ruderman, D.L., Neumann, S., Gatto, L.,
       Fischer, B., Pratt, B., Egertson, J., Hoff, K., Kessner,  D.,  Tasman,  N.,  Shulman,  N.,
       Frewen,  B., Baker, T.A., Brusniak, M.-Y., Paulse, C., Creasy, D., Flashner, L., Kani, K.,
       Moulding, C., Seymour, S.L., Nuwaysir,  L.M.,  Lefebvre,  B.,  Kuhlmann,  F.,  Roark,  J.,
       Rainer,  P.,  Detlev,  S., Hemenway, T., Huhmer, A., Langridge, J., Connolly, B., Chadick,
       T., Holly, K., Eckels, J., Deutsch, E.W., Moritz, R.L., Katz, J.E., Agus,  D.B.,  MacCoss,
       M.,  Tabb,  D.L.  &  Mallick, P. (2012) A cross-platform toolkit for mass spectrometry and
       proteomics.  Nature Biotechnology, 30. 10.1038/nbt.2377.


       libpwiz-dev(3), libpwiz-doc(7),

       The library is documented fully in the doxygen-extacted documentation that is packaged  in


       This  manual  page  was  written  by  Filippo  Rusconi <>. Permission is
       granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU General
       Public License, Version 3, published by the Free Software Foundation.

        On  a  Debian system the complete text of the GNU General Public License version 3 can be
       found in the file `/usr/share/common-licenses/GPL-3'.

                                           October 2012                                LIBPWIZ(3)