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       dexqv - compress a set of .quiva files


       dexqv [-vkl] <path:quiva> ...


       Dexqv  compresses  a  set of .quiva files into new files with a .dexqv extension. That is,
       submitting G.quiva will result in a compressed image G.dexqv, and G.quiva will not  longer

       The  -k  flag prevents the removal of G.quiva. With -v set progress is reported, otherwise
       the command runs silently. If slightly more compression is desired at the expense of being
       a bit "lossy" then set the -l option. This option is experimental in that it remains to be
       seen if Quiver gives the same results with the scaled values  responsible  for  the  loss.
       Undexqv  reverses  the  compression  of dexqv, replacing the uncompressed image of G.dexqv
       with G.quiva. The flags are analgous to the v & k flags for dexqv. The compression  factor
       is typically 3.4 or so (4.0 or so with -l set).

       By  .fastq  convention  each  QV vector is output by undexqv as a line without intervening
       new-lines, and by default the Deletion Tag vector is in lower case letters. The -U  option
       specifies upper case letters should instead be used for said vector.


       The  full  documentation  for  dexqv:  is maintained as a Texinfo manual.  If the info and
       dexqv programs are properly installed at your site, the command

              info dexqv

       should give you access to the complete manual.