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       bowtie-build - building a colorspace index for bowtie


       bowtie-build [options]* <reference_in> <ebwt_outfile_base>


              comma-separated list of files with ref sequences

              write Ebwt data to files with this dir/basename


       -f     reference files are Fasta (default)

       -c     reference sequences given on cmd line (as <seq_in>)

              force  generated  index  to  be  'large',  even  if  ref  has  fewer than 4 billion

              build a colorspace index

              disable automatic -p/--bmax/--dcv memory-fitting

              use packed strings internally; slower, uses less mem

       --bmax <int>
              max bucket sz for blockwise suffix-array builder

       --bmaxdivn <int>
              max bucket sz as divisor of ref len (default: 4)

       --dcv <int>
              diff-cover period for blockwise (default: 1024)

       --nodc disable diff-cover (algorithm becomes quadratic)

              don't build .3/.4.ebwt (packed reference) portion

              just build .3/.4.ebwt (packed reference) portion

       -o/--offrate <int>
              SA is sampled every 2^offRate BWT chars (default: 5)

       -t/--ftabchars <int>
              # of chars consumed in initial lookup (default: 10)

       --ntoa convert Ns in reference to As

       --seed <int>
              seed for random number generator

              verbose output (for debugging)

              print detailed description of tool and its options

              print this usage message

              print version information and quit

       64-bit Built on lgw01-11 Thu Nov 26 11:11:03 UTC 2015 Compiler: gcc version 5.2.1 20151123
       (Ubuntu  5.2.1-25ubuntu1)  Options:  -O3  -Wl,--hash-style=both -D_FORTIFY_SOURCE=2 -g -O2
       -fstack-protector-strong -Wformat -Werror=format-security  -g -O2 -fstack-protector-strong
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