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NAME

       lambda2 searchp - the Local Aligner for Massive Biological DatA

SYNOPSIS

       lambda2 searchp [OPTIONS] -q QUERY.fasta -i INDEX.lambda [-o output.m8]

DESCRIPTION

       Lambda  is  a  local  aligner  optimized  for many query sequences and searches in protein
       space. It is compatible to BLAST, but much faster than BLAST  and  many  other  comparable
       tools.

       Detailed information is available in the wiki: <https://github.com/seqan/lambda/wiki>

OPTIONS

       -h, --help
              Display the help message.

       -hh, --full-help
              Display the help message with advanced options.

       --version
              Display version information.

       --copyright
              Display long copyright information.

       -v, --verbosity INTEGER
              Display more/less diagnostic output during operation: 0 [only errors]; 1 [default];
              2 [+run-time, options and statistics]. In range [0..2]. Default: 1.

   Input Options:
       -q, --query INPUT_FILE
              Query sequences. Valid  filetypes  are:  .sam[.*],  .raw[.*],  .gbk[.*],  .frn[.*],
              .fq[.*],  .fna[.*], .ffn[.*], .fastq[.*], .fasta[.*], .faa[.*], .fa[.*], .embl[.*],
              and .bam, where * is any of  the  following  extensions:  gz,  bz2,  and  bgzf  for
              transparent (de)compression.

       -a, --input-alphabet STRING
              Alphabet of the query sequences (specify to override auto-detection). Dna sequences
              will be translated. One of auto, dna5, and aminoacid. Default: auto.

       -g, --genetic-code INTEGER
              The    translation    table     to     use     if     input     is     Dna.     See
              https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/Taxonomy/Utils/wprintgc.cgi?mode=c for ids. Default is
              to use the same table that was used for the index or 1/CANONICAL if the  index  was
              not translated. Default: 0.

       -i, --index INPUT_DIRECTORY
              The  database  index (created by the 'lambda mkindexp' command). Valid filetype is:
              .lambda.

   Output Options:
       -o, --output OUTPUT_FILE
              File to hold reports on hits (.m* are blastall -m* formats; .m8  is  tab-seperated,
              .m9  is  tab-seperated with with comments, .m0 is pairwise format). Valid filetypes
              are: .sam[.*], .m9[.*], .m8[.*], .m0[.*], and .bam, where * is any of the following
              extensions: gz, bz2, and bgzf for transparent (de)compression. Default: output.m8.

       --output-columns STRING
              Print  specified  column  combination and/or order (.m8 and .m9 outputs only); call
              -oc help for more details. Default: std.

       --percent-identity INTEGER
              Output only matches above this threshold (checked before e-value check).  In  range
              [0..100]. Default: 0.

       -e, --e-value DOUBLE
              Output  only  matches  that score below this threshold. In range [0..100]. Default:
              1e-04.

       -n, --num-matches INTEGER
              Print at most this number of matches per query. In range [1..10000]. Default: 256.

       --sam-with-refheader BOOL
              BAM files require all subject names to be written to the header. For  SAM  this  is
              not  required, so Lambda does not automatically do it to save space (especially for
              protein database this is a lot!). If you still want them with SAM, e.g. for  better
              BAM  compatibility,  use this option. One of 1, ON, TRUE, T, YES, 0, OFF, FALSE, F,
              and NO. Default: off.

       --sam-bam-seq STRING
              For BLASTX  and  TBLASTX  the  matching  protein  sequence  is  "untranslated"  and
              positions  retransformed  to the original sequence. For BLASTP and TBLASTN there is
              no DNA sequence so a "*" is  written  to  the  SEQ  column.  The  matching  protein
              sequence can be written as an optional tag, see --sam-bam-tags. If set to uniq than
              the sequence is omitted iff it is identical to the  previous  match's  subsequence.
              One of always, uniq, and never. Default: uniq.

       --sam-bam-tags STRING
              Write  the specified optional columns to the SAM/BAM file. Call --sam-bam-tags help
              for more details. Default: AS NM ae ai qf.

       --sam-bam-clip STRING
              Whether to hard-clip or soft-clip the regions beyond the local match. Soft-clipping
              retains the full sequence in the output file, but obviously uses more space. One of
              hard and soft. Default: hard.

   General Options:
       -t, --threads INTEGER
              number of threads to run concurrently. In range [1..40]. Default: 4.

   Seeding / Filtration:
       --adaptive-seeding BOOL
              Grow the seed if it has too many hits (low complexity filter). One of 1, ON,  TRUE,
              T, YES, 0, OFF, FALSE, F, and NO. Default: on.

       --seed-length INTEGER
              Length of the seeds. In range [3..50]. Default: 10.

       --seed-offset INTEGER
              Offset for seeding (if unset = seed-length/2). In range [1..50]. Default: 5.

       --seed-delta INTEGER
              maximum seed distance. In range [0..1]. Default: 1.

       --seed-delta-increases-length BOOL
              Seed delta increases the min. seed length (for affected seeds). One of 1, ON, TRUE,
              T, YES, 0, OFF, FALSE, F, and NO. Default: off.

       --seed-half-exact BOOL
              Allow errors only in second half of seed. One of 1,  ON,  TRUE,  T,  YES,  0,  OFF,
              FALSE, F, and NO. Default: on.

   Miscellaneous Heuristics:
       --pre-scoring INTEGER
              evaluate score of a region NUM times the size of the seed before extension (0 -> no
              pre-scoring, 1 -> evaluate seed, n-> area around seed, as well; default = 1  if  no
              reduction is used). In range [1..10]. Default: 2.

       --pre-scoring-threshold DOUBLE
              minimum  average  score  per  position  in  pre-scoring  region.  In range [0..20].
              Default: 2.

       --filter-putative-duplicates BOOL
              filter hits that will likely duplicate a match already found. One of 1,  ON,  TRUE,
              T, YES, 0, OFF, FALSE, F, and NO. Default: on.

       --filter-putative-abundant BOOL
              If the maximum number of matches per query are found already, stop searching if the
              remaining realm looks unfeasible. One of 1, ON, TRUE, T, YES, 0, OFF, FALSE, F, and
              NO. Default: on.

       --merge-putative-siblings BOOL
              Merge seed from one region, stop searching if the remaining realm looks unfeasable.
              One of 1, ON, TRUE, T, YES, 0, OFF, FALSE, F, and NO. Default: on.

   Scoring:
       -s, --scoring-scheme INTEGER
              use '45' for Blosum45; '62' for Blosum62 (default); '80' for Blosum80. Default: 62.

       --score-gap INTEGER
              Score per gap character. In range [-1000..1000]. Default: -1.

       --score-gap-open INTEGER
              Additional cost for opening gap. In range [-1000..1000]. Default: -11.

   Extension:
       -x, --x-drop INTEGER
              Stop Banded extension if score x below the maximum seen (-1  means  no  xdrop).  In
              range [-1..1000]. Default: 30.

       -b, --band INTEGER
              Size of the DP-band used in extension (-3 means log2 of query length; -2 means sqrt
              of query length; -1 means full dp; n means band of size 2n+1) In range  [-3..1000].
              Default: -3.

       -m, --extension-mode STRING
              Choice of extension algorithms. One of auto, xdrop, and fullSerial. Default: auto.

TUNING

       Tuning the seeding parameters and (de)activating alphabet reduction has a strong influence
       on both speed and sensitivity. We recommend the following alternative profiles for protein
       searches:

       fast (high similarity):       --seed-delta-increases-length on

       sensitive (lower similarity): --seed-offset 3

       For further information see the wiki: <https://github.com/seqan/lambda/wiki>

LEGAL

       lambda2 searchp Copyright: 2013-2019 Hannes Hauswedell, released under the GNU AGPL v3 (or
       later); 2016-2019 Knut Reinert and Freie Universit├Ąt Berlin, released under the  3-clause-
       BSDL
       SeqAn Copyright: 2006-2015 Knut Reinert, FU-Berlin; released under the 3-clause BSDL.
       In    your    academic    works    please    cite:   Hauswedell   et   al   (2014);   doi:
       10.1093/bioinformatics/btu439
       For full copyright and/or warranty information see --copyright.