1. 1. GCModeller [version 1.0.0.0]
    1. 1.1. Commands
      1. 1.1.0.0.1. Help for command ‘/BBH.Simple’:
      2. 1.1.0.0.2. Help for command ‘/bbh.Trim.Indeitites’:
      3. 1.1.0.0.3. Help for command ‘/BLAST.Network’:
      4. 1.1.0.0.4. Help for command ‘/BLAST.Network.MetaBuild’:
      5. 1.1.0.0.5. Help for command ‘/Build.Tree.NET’:
      6. 1.1.0.0.6. Help for command ‘/Build.Tree.NET.COGs’:
      7. 1.1.0.0.7. Help for command ‘/Build.Tree.NET.DEGs’:
      8. 1.1.0.0.8. Help for command ‘/Build.Tree.NET.KEGG_Modules’:
      9. 1.1.0.0.9. Help for command ‘/Build.Tree.NET.KEGG_Pathways’:
      10. 1.1.0.0.10. Help for command ‘/Build.Tree.NET.Merged_Regulons’:
      11. 1.1.0.0.11. Help for command ‘/Build.Tree.NET.TF’:
      12. 1.1.0.0.12. Help for command ‘/KEGG.Mods.NET’:
    2. 1.1.0.1. Accepted Types
      1. 1.1.0.1.1. /brief
      2. 1.1.0.1.2. Help for command ‘/MAT2NET’:
      3. 1.1.0.1.3. Help for command ‘/modNET.Simple’:
      4. 1.1.0.1.4. Help for command ‘/Motif.Cluster’:
    3. 1.1.0.2. Accepted Types
      1. 1.1.0.2.1. /clusters
      2. 1.1.0.2.2. Help for command ‘/Motif.Cluster.Fast’:
    4. 1.1.0.3. Accepted Types
      1. 1.1.0.3.1. /maxw
      2. 1.1.0.3.2. Help for command ‘/Motif.Cluster.Fast.Sites’:
      3. 1.1.0.3.3. Help for command ‘/Motif.Cluster.MAT’:
      4. 1.1.0.3.4. Help for command ‘/net.model’:
      5. 1.1.0.3.5. Help for command ‘/net.pathway’:
      6. 1.1.0.3.6. Help for command ‘/Net.rFBA’:
      7. 1.1.0.3.7. Help for command ‘/NetModel.TF_regulates’:
      8. 1.1.0.3.8. Help for command ‘/Phenotypes.KEGG’:
      9. 1.1.0.3.9. Help for command ‘/reaction.NET’:
      10. 1.1.0.3.10. Help for command ‘/Tree.Cluster’:
      11. 1.1.0.3.11. Help for command ‘/Tree.Cluster.rFBA’:
      12. 1.1.0.3.12. Help for command ‘-Draw’:
      13. 1.1.0.3.13. Help for command ‘–graph.regulates’:
      14. 1.1.0.3.14. Help for command ‘–mod.regulations’:
    5. 1.1.0.4. Accepted Types
      1. 1.1.0.4.1. /class
      2. 1.1.0.4.2. /type
      3. 1.1.0.4.3. Help for command ‘–TCS’:
    6. 1.1.0.5. Accepted Types
      1. 1.1.0.5.1. /Fill-pcc

GCModeller [version 1.0.0.0]

Module AssemblyName: file:///G:/GCModeller/manual/bin/Cytoscape.exe
Root namespace: xCytoscape.CLI

All of the command that available in this program has been list below:

Function API Info
/BBH.Simple
/bbh.Trim.Indeitites
/BLAST.Network
/BLAST.Network.MetaBuild
/Build.Tree.NET
/Build.Tree.NET.COGs
/Build.Tree.NET.DEGs
/Build.Tree.NET.KEGG_Modules
/Build.Tree.NET.KEGG_Pathways
/Build.Tree.NET.Merged_Regulons
/Build.Tree.NET.TF
/KEGG.Mods.NET
/MAT2NET
/modNET.Simple
/Motif.Cluster
/Motif.Cluster.Fast
/Motif.Cluster.Fast.Sites
/Motif.Cluster.MAT
/net.model
/net.pathway
/Net.rFBA
/NetModel.TF_regulates Builds the regulation network between the TF.
/Phenotypes.KEGG Regulator phenotype relationship cluster from virtual footprints.
/reaction.NET
/Tree.Cluster This method is not recommended.
/Tree.Cluster.rFBA
-Draw Drawing a network image visualization based on the generate network layout from the officials cytoscape software.
–graph.regulates
–mod.regulations
–TCS

Commands


Help for command ‘/BBH.Simple’:

Prototype: xCytoscape.CLI::Int32 SimpleBBH(Microsoft.VisualBasic.CommandLine.CommandLine)

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Information:  
Usage: G:\GCModeller\manual\bin\Cytoscape.exe /BBH.Simple /in <sbh.csv> [/evalue <evalue: 1e-5> /out <out.bbh.csv>]
Example: Cytoscape /BBH.Simple
Help for command ‘/bbh.Trim.Indeitites’:

Prototype: xCytoscape.CLI::Int32 BBHTrimIdentities(Microsoft.VisualBasic.CommandLine.CommandLine)

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Information:  
Usage: G:\GCModeller\manual\bin\Cytoscape.exe /bbh.Trim.Indeitites /in <bbh.csv> [/identities <0.3> /out <out.csv>]
Example: Cytoscape /bbh.Trim.Indeitites
Help for command ‘/BLAST.Network’:

Prototype: xCytoscape.CLI::Int32 GenerateBlastNetwork(Microsoft.VisualBasic.CommandLine.CommandLine)

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Information:  
Usage: G:\GCModeller\manual\bin\Cytoscape.exe /BLAST.Network /in <inFile> [/out <outDIR> /type <default:blast_out; values: blast_out, sbh, bbh> /dict <dict.xml>]
Example: Cytoscape /BLAST.Network
Help for command ‘/BLAST.Network.MetaBuild’:

Prototype: xCytoscape.CLI::Int32 MetaBuildBLAST(Microsoft.VisualBasic.CommandLine.CommandLine)

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Information:  
Usage: G:\GCModeller\manual\bin\Cytoscape.exe /BLAST.Network.MetaBuild /in <inDIR> [/out <outDIR> /dict <dict.xml>]
Example: Cytoscape /BLAST.Network.MetaBuild
Help for command ‘/Build.Tree.NET’:

Prototype: xCytoscape.CLI::Int32 BuildTreeNET(Microsoft.VisualBasic.CommandLine.CommandLine)

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Information:  
Usage: G:\GCModeller\manual\bin\Cytoscape.exe /Build.Tree.NET /in <cluster.csv> [/out <outDIR> /brief /FamilyInfo <regulons.DIR>]
Example: Cytoscape /Build.Tree.NET
Help for command ‘/Build.Tree.NET.COGs’:

Prototype: xCytoscape.CLI::Int32 BuildTreeNETCOGs(Microsoft.VisualBasic.CommandLine.CommandLine)

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Information:  
Usage: G:\GCModeller\manual\bin\Cytoscape.exe /Build.Tree.NET.COGs /cluster <cluster.csv> /COGs <myvacog.csv> [/out <outDIR>]
Example: Cytoscape /Build.Tree.NET.COGs
Help for command ‘/Build.Tree.NET.DEGs’:

Prototype: xCytoscape.CLI::Int32 BuildTreeNET_DEGs(Microsoft.VisualBasic.CommandLine.CommandLine)

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Information:  
Usage: G:\GCModeller\manual\bin\Cytoscape.exe /Build.Tree.NET.DEGs /in <cluster.csv> /up <locus.txt> /down <locus.txt> [/out <outDIR> /brief]
Example: Cytoscape /Build.Tree.NET.DEGs
Help for command ‘/Build.Tree.NET.KEGG_Modules’:

Prototype: xCytoscape.CLI::Int32 BuildTreeNET_KEGGModules(Microsoft.VisualBasic.CommandLine.CommandLine)

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Information:  
Usage: G:\GCModeller\manual\bin\Cytoscape.exe /Build.Tree.NET.KEGG_Modules /in <cluster.csv> /mods <modules.XML.DIR> [/out <outDIR> /brief /trim]
Example: Cytoscape /Build.Tree.NET.KEGG_Modules
Help for command ‘/Build.Tree.NET.KEGG_Pathways’:

Prototype: xCytoscape.CLI::Int32 BuildTreeNET_KEGGPathways(Microsoft.VisualBasic.CommandLine.CommandLine)

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Usage: G:\GCModeller\manual\bin\Cytoscape.exe /Build.Tree.NET.KEGG_Pathways /in <cluster.csv> /mods <pathways.XML.DIR> [/out <outDIR> /brief /trim]
Example: Cytoscape /Build.Tree.NET.KEGG_Pathways
Help for command ‘/Build.Tree.NET.Merged_Regulons’:

Prototype: xCytoscape.CLI::Int32 BuildTreeNET_MergeRegulons(Microsoft.VisualBasic.CommandLine.CommandLine)

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Information:  
Usage: G:\GCModeller\manual\bin\Cytoscape.exe /Build.Tree.NET.Merged_Regulons /in <cluster.csv> /family <family_Hits.Csv> [/out <outDIR> /brief]
Example: Cytoscape /Build.Tree.NET.Merged_Regulons
Help for command ‘/Build.Tree.NET.TF’:

Prototype: xCytoscape.CLI::Int32 BuildTreeNetTF(Microsoft.VisualBasic.CommandLine.CommandLine)

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Information:  
Usage: G:\GCModeller\manual\bin\Cytoscape.exe /Build.Tree.NET.TF /in <cluster.csv> /maps <TF.Regprecise.maps.Csv> /map <keyvaluepair.xml> /mods <kegg_modules.DIR> [/out <outDIR> /brief /cuts 0.8]
Example: Cytoscape /Build.Tree.NET.TF
Help for command ‘/KEGG.Mods.NET’:

Prototype: xCytoscape.CLI::Int32 ModsNET(Microsoft.VisualBasic.CommandLine.CommandLine)

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Usage: G:\GCModeller\manual\bin\Cytoscape.exe /KEGG.Mods.NET /in <mods.xml.DIR> [/out <outDIR> /pathway /footprints <footprints.Csv> /brief /cut 0 /pcc 0]
Example: Cytoscape /KEGG.Mods.NET

Parameters information:

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   [/brief]
Description: If this parameter is represented, then the program just outs the modules, all of the non-pathway genes wil be removes.

Example: /brief ""

Accepted Types

/brief
Help for command ‘/MAT2NET’:

Prototype: xCytoscape.CLI::Int32 MatrixToNetwork(Microsoft.VisualBasic.CommandLine.CommandLine)

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Information:  
Usage: G:\GCModeller\manual\bin\Cytoscape.exe /MAT2NET /in <mat.csv> [/out <net.csv> /cutoff 0]
Example: Cytoscape /MAT2NET
Help for command ‘/modNET.Simple’:

Prototype: xCytoscape.CLI::Int32 SimpleModesNET(Microsoft.VisualBasic.CommandLine.CommandLine)

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Usage: G:\GCModeller\manual\bin\Cytoscape.exe /modNET.Simple /in <mods/pathway_DIR> [/out <outDIR> /pathway]
Example: Cytoscape /modNET.Simple
Help for command ‘/Motif.Cluster’:

Prototype: xCytoscape.CLI::Int32 MotifCluster(Microsoft.VisualBasic.CommandLine.CommandLine)

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Usage: G:\GCModeller\manual\bin\Cytoscape.exe /Motif.Cluster /query <meme.txt/MEME_OUT.DIR> /LDM <LDM-name/xml.path> [/clusters <3> /out <outCsv>]
Example: Cytoscape /Motif.Cluster

Parameters information:

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   [/clusters]
Description: If the expects clusters number is greater than the maps number, then the maps number divid 2 is used.

Example: /clusters ""

Accepted Types

/clusters
Help for command ‘/Motif.Cluster.Fast’:

Prototype: xCytoscape.CLI::Int32 FastCluster(Microsoft.VisualBasic.CommandLine.CommandLine)

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Usage: G:\GCModeller\manual\bin\Cytoscape.exe /Motif.Cluster.Fast /query <meme_OUT.DIR> [/LDM <ldm-DIR> /out <outDIR> /map <gb.gbk> /maxw -1 /ldm_loads]
Example: Cytoscape /Motif.Cluster.Fast

Parameters information:

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   [/maxw]
Description: If this parameter value is not set, then no motif in the query will be filterd, or all of the width greater then the width value will be removed.
If a filterd is necessary, value of 52 nt is recommended as the max width of the motif in the RegPrecise database is 52.

Example: /maxw ""

Accepted Types

/maxw
Help for command ‘/Motif.Cluster.Fast.Sites’:

Prototype: xCytoscape.CLI::Int32 MotifClusterSites(Microsoft.VisualBasic.CommandLine.CommandLine)

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Usage: G:\GCModeller\manual\bin\Cytoscape.exe /Motif.Cluster.Fast.Sites /in <meme.txt.DIR> [/out <outDIR> /LDM <ldm-DIR>]
Example: Cytoscape /Motif.Cluster.Fast.Sites
Help for command ‘/Motif.Cluster.MAT’:

Prototype: xCytoscape.CLI::Int32 ClusterMatrix(Microsoft.VisualBasic.CommandLine.CommandLine)

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Usage: G:\GCModeller\manual\bin\Cytoscape.exe /Motif.Cluster.MAT /query <meme_OUT.DIR> [/LDM <ldm-DIR> /clusters 5 /out <outDIR>]
Example: Cytoscape /Motif.Cluster.MAT
Help for command ‘/net.model’:

Prototype: xCytoscape.CLI::Int32 BuildModelNet(Microsoft.VisualBasic.CommandLine.CommandLine)

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Usage: G:\GCModeller\manual\bin\Cytoscape.exe /net.model /model <kegg.xmlModel.xml> [/out <outDIR> /not-trim]
Example: Cytoscape /net.model
Help for command ‘/net.pathway’:

Prototype: xCytoscape.CLI::Int32 PathwayNet(Microsoft.VisualBasic.CommandLine.CommandLine)

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Usage: G:\GCModeller\manual\bin\Cytoscape.exe /net.pathway /model <kegg.pathway.xml> [/out <outDIR> /trim]
Example: Cytoscape /net.pathway
Help for command ‘/Net.rFBA’:

Prototype: xCytoscape.CLI::Int32 net_rFBA(Microsoft.VisualBasic.CommandLine.CommandLine)

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Usage: G:\GCModeller\manual\bin\Cytoscape.exe /Net.rFBA /in <metacyc.sbml> /fba.out <flux.Csv> [/out <outDIR>]
Example: Cytoscape /Net.rFBA
Help for command ‘/NetModel.TF_regulates’:

Prototype: xCytoscape.CLI::Int32 TFNet(Microsoft.VisualBasic.CommandLine.CommandLine)

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Information:  Builds the regulation network between the TF.
Usage: G:\GCModeller\manual\bin\Cytoscape.exe /NetModel.TF_regulates /in <footprints.csv> [/out <outDIR> /cut 0.45]
Example: Cytoscape /NetModel.TF_regulates
Help for command ‘/Phenotypes.KEGG’:

Prototype: xCytoscape.CLI::Int32 KEGGModulesPhenotypeRegulates(Microsoft.VisualBasic.CommandLine.CommandLine)

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Information:  Regulator phenotype relationship cluster from virtual footprints.
Usage: G:\GCModeller\manual\bin\Cytoscape.exe /Phenotypes.KEGG /mods <KEGG_Modules/Pathways.DIR> /in <VirtualFootprints.csv> [/pathway /out <outCluster.csv>]
Example: Cytoscape /Phenotypes.KEGG
Help for command ‘/reaction.NET’:

Prototype: xCytoscape.CLI::Int32 ReactionNET(Microsoft.VisualBasic.CommandLine.CommandLine)

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Usage: G:\GCModeller\manual\bin\Cytoscape.exe /reaction.NET [/model <xmlModel.xml> /source <rxn.DIR> /out <outDIR>]
Example: Cytoscape /reaction.NET
Help for command ‘/Tree.Cluster’:

Prototype: xCytoscape.CLI::Int32 TreeCluster(Microsoft.VisualBasic.CommandLine.CommandLine)

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Information:  This method is not recommended.
Usage: G:\GCModeller\manual\bin\Cytoscape.exe /Tree.Cluster /in <in.MAT.csv> [/out <out.cluster.csv> /Locus.Map <Name>]
Example: Cytoscape /Tree.Cluster
Help for command ‘/Tree.Cluster.rFBA’:

Prototype: xCytoscape.CLI::Int32 rFBATreeCluster(Microsoft.VisualBasic.CommandLine.CommandLine)

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Usage: G:\GCModeller\manual\bin\Cytoscape.exe /Tree.Cluster.rFBA /in <in.flux.pheno_OUT.Csv> [/out <out.cluster.csv>]
Example: Cytoscape /Tree.Cluster.rFBA
Help for command ‘-Draw’:

Prototype: xCytoscape.CLI::Int32 DrawingInvoke(Microsoft.VisualBasic.CommandLine.CommandLine)

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Information:  Drawing a network image visualization based on the generate network layout from the officials cytoscape software.
Usage: G:\GCModeller\manual\bin\Cytoscape.exe -draw /network <net_file> /parser <xgmml/cyjs> [-size <width,height> -out <out_image> /style <style_file> /style_parser <vizmap/json>]
Example: Cytoscape -Draw
Help for command ‘–graph.regulates’:

Prototype: xCytoscape.CLI::Int32 SimpleRegulation(Microsoft.VisualBasic.CommandLine.CommandLine)

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Usage: G:\GCModeller\manual\bin\Cytoscape.exe --graph.regulates /footprint <footprints.csv> [/trim]
Example: Cytoscape --graph.regulates
Help for command ‘–mod.regulations’:

Prototype: xCytoscape.CLI::Int32 ModuleRegulations(Microsoft.VisualBasic.CommandLine.CommandLine)

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Usage: G:\GCModeller\manual\bin\Cytoscape.exe --mod.regulations /model <KEGG.xml> /footprints <footprints.csv> /out <outDIR> [/pathway /class /type]
Example: Cytoscape --mod.regulations

Parameters information:

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    [/class]
Description: This parameter can not be co-exists with /type parameter

Example: /class ""

[/type]
Description: This parameter can not be co-exists with /class parameter

Example: /type ""

Accepted Types

/class
/type
Help for command ‘–TCS’:

Prototype: xCytoscape.CLI::Int32 TCS(Microsoft.VisualBasic.CommandLine.CommandLine)

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Usage: G:\GCModeller\manual\bin\Cytoscape.exe --TCS /in <TCS.csv.DIR> /regulations <TCS.virtualfootprints> /out <outForCytoscape.xml> [/Fill-pcc]
Example: Cytoscape --TCS

Parameters information:

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   [/Fill-pcc]
Description: If the predicted regulation data did'nt contains pcc correlation value, then you can using this parameter to fill default value 0.6 or just left it default as ZERO

Example: /Fill-pcc ""

Accepted Types

/Fill-pcc