SYNOPSIShmmconvert [options] <hmmfile>
The hmmconvert utility converts an input profile file to different HMMER formats.
By default, the input profile can be in any HMMER format, including old/obsolete formats from HMMER2, ASCII or binary; the output profile is a current HMMER3 ASCII format.
<hmmfile> may be '-' (dash), which means reading this input from stdin rather than a file.
Help; print a brief reminder of command line usage and all available
Output profiles in ASCII text format. This is the default.
Output profiles in binary format.
Output in legacy HMMER2 ASCII text format, in ls (glocal) mode. This
allows HMMER3 models to be converted back to a close approximation of
HMMER2, for comparative studies.
- --outfmt <s>
Output in a HMMER3 ASCII text format other then the most current one.
Valid choices for
are 3/a through 3/f.
The current format is 3/f, and this is the default. The format 3/b
was used in the official HMMER3 release, and the others were used in
the various testing versions.
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