uf-index - examine the ScanIndexEntry structures in a Finnigan raw file
uf-index [options] file
Options: -a[ll] process all existing index entries -n[unmber] <n> get one index entry number <n> -range <from> .. <to> extract all entries with numbers between <from> and <to> -d[ump] dump all data in each index entry -s[ize] print object size -h[tml] dump as html -w[iki] dump in wiki table format -r[elative] show relative addersess in dump -f[ormat] <type> format the unknown long as 'bin', 'hex', or 'ms' (for MS level) <file> input file
Print a brief help message and exits.
Prints a table listing all fields in the ScanIndexEntry records, with their seek addresses, sizes, names and values. Individual entries can be selected with the -n[umber] option or with the -range option.
Gives the number of a single ScanIndexEntry to process
Selects a range of the ScanIndexEntry records to process
Format the dump output as an html table. When multiple entries are specified, each will be rendered in its own table
Format the dump output as a wiki table.
Show structure size in bytes (works with the -d[ump] option).
Show relative addresses of all itmes in the dump. The default is to show the absolute seek address. (works with the -d[ump] option)
Process all entries, including those that may lie outside the declared range. It appears as though it can be possible to find more index entries in the file than would fit between the first and the last scan numbers specified in RunHeader/SampleInfo. In that case, in the absence of the -all option, the entries will be enumerated according to ScanIndex, which will be treated as a linked list -- starting with the entry whose index matches the first scan number.
uf-index can be used to dump the scan index entries from a Finnigan raw file.
uf-index -range 1 .. 5 sample.raw
uf-index -range 1 .. 5 -format bin sample.raw
uf-index -rdsn 5 ~/shared/test/sample4.raw