specifying octanol output filename

Stefanie Lager stefanielager at fastmail.ca
Tue Mar 18 06:14:03 UTC 2003


octanol -help -verbose
then you see that you get some "-graph related qualifiers", and you
can use -goutfile2 to specify an output file.


> Hi,
> Is there a way to redirect octanol output to a filename of my
> choosing?  I looked through the Command line docs but couldn't
> find anything.  I thought there was a global option like -output
> or -outfile, but I can't seem to get anything to work with
> octanol.  All output is named octanol.1.png (used -graph png
> option).  Simple enough to add a second line of code to rename the
> file, but seems different than the other programs I have used so
> far.
> While I am at it, I have one file with many sequences, in fasta
> format.  Can octanol create output for all the sequences with one
> call?  I can easily get around this as well, but many programs
> seem to take files with many sequences, thought I would ask.
> Thanks,

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