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When you start mothur, you will see a screen that looks like this:
 
When you start mothur, you will see a screen that looks like this:
  
mothur v1.0
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mothur v.1.5.0
Last updated: 1/29/2009
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Last updated: 9/6/2009
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by
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by
Patrick D. Schloss
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Patrick D. Schloss
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Department of Microbiology
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Department of Microbiology & Immunology
The University of Massachusetts
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University of Michigan
pschloss@micro.umass.edu
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pschloss@umich.edu
http://schloss.micro.umass.edu/mothur
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http://www.mothur.org
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Distributed under the GNU General Public License
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Distributed under the GNU General Public License
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Type 'help()' for information on the commands that are available
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Type 'help()' for information on the commands that are available
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Type 'quit()' to exit program
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Type 'quit()' to exit program
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mothur >
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mothur >  
  
 
All of your commands will be entered from the mothur prompt.  You can get a list of commands by typing help() at the prompt and you can get more specific help for each command by typing command_name(help) at the prompt.  For example:
 
All of your commands will be entered from the mothur prompt.  You can get a list of commands by typing help() at the prompt and you can get more specific help for each command by typing command_name(help) at the prompt.  For example:

Revision as of 12:33, 29 September 2009

When you start mothur, you will see a screen that looks like this:

mothur v.1.5.0 Last updated: 9/6/2009

by Patrick D. Schloss

Department of Microbiology & Immunology University of Michigan pschloss@umich.edu http://www.mothur.org


Distributed under the GNU General Public License

Type 'help()' for information on the commands that are available

Type 'quit()' to exit program

mothur >

All of your commands will be entered from the mothur prompt. You can get a list of commands by typing help() at the prompt and you can get more specific help for each command by typing command_name(help) at the prompt. For example:

mothur > read.dist(help)

Would give you the help file information for the read.dist() command.


If you want to quit mothur you simply enter:

mothur > quit()

or

mothur > quit

With the exception of quit, all commands require you to provide an open and close parentheses. If you supply any options there cannot be a space between the option, the '=', and the option setting. To separate options, use a comma. For example:

mothur > cluster(method=furthest, cutoff=0.10)


Alternatively, If you know what commands you will be running, you can use either the command line mode or batch mode.