Remove stuff from 'additional data' or 'order' tables for either items or layers in either pan or profile databases. OR, remove stuff from the 'additional data' tables for nucleotides or amino acids in contigs databases.
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This program does not seem to provide any artifacts. Such programs usually print out some information for you to see or alter some anvi’o artifacts without producing any immediate outputs.
After you’ve added misc-data of some kind (misc-data-items, misc-data-layers, misc-data-layer-orders, misc-data-nucleotides, or misc-data-amino-acids) using anvi-import-misc-data, you can delete that data and remove it from the interactive interface using this program.
This program will release your data into the ether, never to be seen again. If you would like to first export it into a text file (so that it can be seen again), you can do so with anvi-export-misc-data.
This program only works on data that is listed as an available key (most often because it was previously imported by the user). To view available keys, call either
anvi-delete-misc-data -p profile-db \ --target-data-table items|layers|layer_orders \ --list-available-keys
anvi-delete-misc-data -c contigs-db \ --target-data-table nucleotides|amino_acids \ --list-available-keys
where you choose the appropriate option for the
If your misc-data is associated with a specific data group, you can provide that data group to this program with the
anvi-delete-misc-data -p profile-db \ --target-data-table items \ --keys-to-remove key_1
anvi-delete-misc-data -p pan-db \ --target-data-table layers \ --keys-to-remove key_2,key_3
anvi-delete-misc-data -p profile-db \ --target-data-table layer_orders \ --keys-to-remove key_4
From a contigs-db, you can delete
anvi-delete-misc-data -c contigs-db \ --target-data-table nucleotides \ --keys-to-remove key_1
anvi-delete-misc-data -c contigs-db \ --target-data-table amino_acids \ --keys-to-remove key_2
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