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       arb - phylogenetic sequence analysis suite


       arb DATABASE
       arb --import PATTERN
       arb shell


       ARB  is  a graphically oriented software suite for phylogenetic analysis of sequence data.
       It allows managing large sets  of  sequence  data,  associated  descriptions  as  well  as
       alignments and phylogenetic trees.

       Launching  ARB without arguments will open a file chooser. Launching ARB with one DATABASE
       argument will open the specified file or, if DATABASE is a directory or a pattern, a  file
       chooser  with  that  directory/pattern selected. Launching ARB with two DATABASE arguments
       will open the database merge tool. The "--import" option will show the import  dialog  and
       create a new database from the file(s) described by PATTERN.

       Running  "arb  shell" will open another shell with all ARB environment variables set. This
       is useful to e.g. run ARB  Perl  scripts  or  tools  part  of  the  arb  package  such  as
       arb_pt_server or arb_probe.

       For more information, visit the project website at


            arb_clean(1), arb-kill(1), arb_ntree(1)


       A  large  number  of  authors  contributed to ARB, including: Ralf Westram, Oliver Strunk,
       Wolfgang Ludwig, Harald Meier,  Yadhukumar,  Kai  Bader,  Elmar  Pruesse,  C.  Hodges,  J.
       Boehnel, L. Richter, T. Ginhard, S. Gerbers, J. Huber and R. Jost.