merging 2 gap4 databases

jkb at mrc-lmb.cam.ac.uk jkb at mrc-lmb.cam.ac.uk
Thu Jul 5 08:49:37 EST 2001

In <3B43566C.B86D430C at uvic.ca> Maria Danila <midanila at uvic.ca> writes:

> Hi, everyone!
> I've been unsuccessfully tried to merge 2 gap4 databases. I've followed
> the instructions in the staden help menu,  but for some reason the
> meeging didn't work. Could anyone help me?

If you're merging the entirety of the databases then an easy short cut is to
use copy_db on the command line:


copy_db DB1.0 DB2.0 MERGED.0

This merges DB1.0 and DB2.0 together to form a new database MERGED.0. You can
join any number together in a single operation. Note though that this does not
check for duplicate reading names.


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