Selects promising regions in sequences of taxon IDs.
umgap seedextend command takes one or more sequences of taxon IDs and selects regions of
consecutive predictions. It can be used to filter out accidental matches of incorrect taxa.
The input is given in a FASTA format on standard input. It should consist of taxon IDs separated by newlines, and the order of these taxa should reflect their location on a peptide, such as output by the umgap prot2kmer2lca -o command. As such, 3 consecutive equal IDs representing 9-mers, for instance, indicate a 11-mer match. This so-called seed could still be extended with other taxa, forming an extended seed. The command writes all taxa in any of these extended seeds to standard output.
$ cat dna.fa >header1 CGCAGAGACGGGTAGAACCTCAGTAATCCGAAAAGCCGGGATCGACCGCCCCTTGCTTGCAGCCGGGCACTACAGGACCC $ umgap translate -n -a < dna.fa | umgap prot2kmer2lca 9mer.index > input.fa >header1|1 9606 9606 2759 9606 9606 9606 9606 9606 9606 9606 8287 >header1|2 2026807 888268 186802 1598 1883 >header1|3 1883 >header1|1R 27342 2759 155619 1133106 38033 2 >header1|2R >header1|3R 2951 $ umgap seedextend < input.fa >header1|1 9606 9606 2759 9606 9606 9606 9606 9606 9606 9606 8287 >header1|2 >header1|3 >header1|1R >header1|2R >header1|3R
Taxon IDs are separated by newlines in the actual output, but are separated by spaces in this example.
The number of consecutive equal IDs to start a seed is 2 by default, and can be changed using the -s option. The maximum length of gaps between seeds to join in an extension can be set with -g, no gaps are allowed by default.
The command can be altered to print only the extended seed with the highest score among all extended seeds. Pass a taxonomy using the -r taxon.tsv option to activate this. In this scored mode, extended seeds with gaps are given a penalty of 5, which can be made more or less severe (higher or lower) with the -p option.
- -h / --help
- Prints help information
- -V / --version
- Prints version information
- -g / --max-gap-size g
- The maximum length of a gap between seeds in an extension [default: 0]
- -s / --min-seed-size s
- The minimum length of equal taxa to count as seed [default: 2]
- -p / --penalty p
- The score penalty for gaps in extended seeds [default: 5]
- -r / --ranked r
- Use taxon ranks in given NCBI taxonomy tsv-file to pick extended seed with highest score