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        datalad-export [--version] [-h] [-l LEVEL] [-p {condor}] [-d DATASET]
                      [--help-type] [-o OUTPUT]


       Export a dataset to another representation


         {tarball}             label of the type or format the dataset shall be
                               exported to.

         --version       show the program's version and license information
         -h, --help, --help-np
                               show this help message. --help-np forcefully disables
                               the use of a pager for displaying the help message
         -l LEVEL, --log-level LEVEL
                               set logging verbosity level. Choose among critical,
                               error, warning, info, debug. Also you can specify an
                               integer <10 to provide even more debugging information
         -p {condor}, --pbs-runner {condor}
                               execute command by scheduling it via available PBS.
                               For settings, config file will be consulted
         -d DATASET, --dataset DATASET
                               specify the dataset to export. If no dataset is given,
                               an attempt is made to identify the dataset based on
                               the current working directory. Constraints: Value must
                               be a Dataset or a valid identifier of a Dataset (e.g.
                               a path)
         --help-type     show help for a specific export type/format. [Default:
         -o OUTPUT, --output OUTPUT
                               output destination specification to be passes to the
                               exporter. The particular semantics of the option value
                               depend on the actual exporter. Typically, this will be
                               a file name or a path to a directory. [Default: None]


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