12.1 Scope

This query is ’symetrical’ to hat_query, with sequences being replaced by motifs.

 

12.2 Querying

See hat_query for inspiration.

 

12.3 Options

The following constraints can be used in any combination and order. Please keep in mind that the constraints must be satisfied independantly (they are joined with a logical AND): if one of those is not fulfilled, the query will return an empty result.

mot_source=...
A non-empty list of motif database names.
mot_name=...
A list of motif entry names (given explicitly, or implicitly using query identifiers) to be included in the results.
and_mot_name=...
A list of motif entry names to be included in the results (logical AND with the previous constraint).
not_mot_name=...
A list of motif entry names to be excluded from the results (logical NOT to restrict the two previous constraints).
cla_source=...
A non-empty list of classification database names.
cla_name=...
A list of classification entry names (given explicitly, or implicitly using query identifiers) to be included in the results.
and_cla_name=...
A list of classification entry names to be included in the results (logical AND with the previous constraint).
not_cla_name=...
A list of classification entry names to be excluded from the results (logical NOT to restrict the two previous constraints).
hot_name=...
A hot list given using query identifiers to be included in the results.
-lim=...
Maximum number of rows to be returned.
-ref=...
A query identifier, i.e. a string that starts with "$" followed by a letter, possibly followed by more letters, digits or underscores. This is how a query can be saved to be re-used later in other operations. When supplied, this option prevents the query to be executed.