This command sets the automatic trace display mode. A value of 1
will make the editor display relevant traces to solve a problem when
problem search type is used. A value of 0 disables
This command sets the locking mode between the editor cursor and the
trace cursor. With a value of 1 any movement in the editor cursor
also moves the connected trace displays. A value of 0 disables
This command specifies another reading identifier (within the same
contig) to compare all new traces against. The comparator
identifier can either be a reading identifier to compare against
that specific reading or
0 to compare against a consensus
invoke_trace is called the comparator trace, the
requested trace, and their differences are displayed. With no
identifier argument the automatic trace comparison is disabled.
trace_config ?match select
This command controls of generation of the consensus trace when
trace_comparator 0 is used. The consensus trace is calculated
as the average trace of readings on the same strand as the trace we
wish to compare it against. If match is non zero, each single
base segment of the consensus trace is averaged from only readings in
agreement with the consensus sequence. If select is non zero the
trace to compare against is not used in the consensus trace
calculation. With no match or select arguments the current
settings are returned.
Removes a trace with the Tk path from the trace display. Useful
for when quitting the editor.
Adds a trace to the trace display.
diff_trace path1 path2
This brings up a difference trace between two currently displayed
traces with the Tk pathnames of path1 and path2. These
pathnames are returned from the initial
trace_create Tcl utility routines and are typically only known
internally to the editor.
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