{version = 1.30; (* of lidel.p 1995 July 14} (* begin module describe.lidel *) (* name lidel: convert coordinate list to Delila instructions synopsis lidel(fin: in, lidelp: in, inst: out, output: out) files fin: An input file of coordinates. Lines beginning with "*" are ignored by being copied to the inst as comments. Two columns are required: the piece name and the coordinate. lidelp: parameters to control the program. first line: 2 integers, range to use. second line: piecol: column number of piece name third line: datacol: column number of coordinate data fourth line: title of book fifth line: organism name sixth line: chromosome name seventh line: symmetry of instructions. If the first character on the line is 'e' then even symmetry is used and the center of the symmetry will lie between bases 0 and 1. If the first character is 'e' then there are two possible ways that the numbers in fin could be defined: If the second character on the line is 'l' then the number in fin is to the left (5') of the symmetry center. If the second character on the line is 'r' then the number in fin is to the right (3') of the symmetry center. If the first character on the line is 'o' then odd symmetry is used and the center of the symmetry will lie at base 0. eighth line: number of instructions per integer in fin. 1: only one instruction is written. 2: two instructions are written: same as 1 and the complement at the point of symmetry. inst: Delila instructions which correspond to the locations in fin. output: messages to the user description Frequently one has a list of coordinates that need to be converted to Delila instructions. examples An example lidelp file: -700 700 fromrange torange 1 column number of piece name 3 column number of coordinate data CDS Sacc.cerevisiae Sacc.cerevisiae er symmetry (e)ven or (o)dd, (l)eft or (r)ight 2 number of instructions to write to fin parameters for lidel.p documentation see also author Thomas Dana Schneider bugs The coordinates given are for a location (0) and the complement (at 1) this assumes that the point of symmetry is at 0.5; this must be generalized. technical notes *) (* end module describe.lidel *) {This manual page was created by makman 1.44}{created by htmlink 1.55}