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Re^3: Is there a script or any package to extract valuable data from Firefly output file??

Pavlo Solntsev
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datagam http://sourceforge.net/projects/datagam/?source=directory
awk is a standard GNU tool and should be already installed. Otherwise, check your repository or google.


On Mon Mar 24 '14 7:38am, Siddheshwar Chopra wrote
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>Dear Sir,
>I could not get the download links for both the "datagam" and "awk". I checked the Firefly downloads page too, but couldn't find them. Any help would be welcome.

>Regards,
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>On Sun Mar 23 '14 0:51am, Pavlo Solntsev wrote
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>>What information do you want to extract?

>>In most cases, grep command works just fine (read "man grep"). There are also plenty of additional tools such as awk. If you need to extract blocks from the PUNCH file ($VEC, $HESS) you can check "datagam" program (see "Related page from this site").
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>>On Sat Mar 22 '14 9:37am, Siddheshwar Chopra wrote
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>>>Dear All,
>>>Please pardon me for asking this question. From the time I have started learning Firefly, I have always been on the lookout of a script or a package which would straightaway extract all the valuable data from single or a large number of firefly output files and save it as a excel file. And may be it could plot the graphs needed too.
>>>It becomes really difficult and confusing to extract all the data needed, especially if we have a large number of samples. I have used software like Mask to do little bit of such work, but I found it buggy. Is there any script available which we (non-programmers) could easily manipulate according to our needs?
>>>Any suggestions would be welcomed.
>>>If there is one available, then I would be glad to contribute to its development in the best of my capability.

>>>Regards,


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