Help information of orf prediction (fraggene_scan)

This program predicts ORF by Fraggenescan program.
Inputs:
(1) DNA FASTA file (required)
(2) Email address (optional)
(3) Parameters (optional)
Outputs:
output.zip(including the following three files
(1) README.txt: description of the three output files
(2) output.1: Predicted orf files in FASTA format
(3) output.2: Table of information of predicted orfs
Usage of web server:
(1) Select the DNA fasta file in user's local computer. (required)
(2) Fill in user's email adress. (optional)
(3) Fill in parameters. (optional, modifiy it according to user's requirement)
(4) Click "Submit" button. (required)
Sequence file to upload (required):
Email (optional):
Parameters
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-complete [1 or 0]
          1                  if the sequence file has complete genomic sequences
          0                  if the sequence file has short sequence reads
-train [train_file_name]
          complete           for complete genomic sequences or short sequence reads without sequencing error
          sanger_5           for Sanger sequencing reads with about 0.5% error rate
          sanger_10          for Sanger sequencing reads with about 1% error rate
          454_10             for 454 pyrosequencing reads with about 1% error rate
          454_30             for 454 pyrosequencing reads with about 3% error rate
          illumina_5         for Illumina sequencing reads with about 0.5% error rate
          illumina_10        for Illumina sequencing reads with about 1% error rate

EXAMPLE
Sequence file to upload (required): input.fasta
Email (optional): you@example.com
Parameters -complete 0 -train 454_10
show description
-complete [1 or 0]
          1                  if the sequence file has complete genomic sequences
          0                  if the sequence file has short sequence reads
-train [train_file_name]
          complete           for complete genomic sequences or short sequence reads without sequencing error
          sanger_5           for Sanger sequencing reads with about 0.5% error rate
          sanger_10          for Sanger sequencing reads with about 1% error rate
          454_10             for 454 pyrosequencing reads with about 1% error rate
          454_30             for 454 pyrosequencing reads with about 3% error rate
          illumina_5         for Illumina sequencing reads with about 0.5% error rate
          illumina_10        for Illumina sequencing reads with about 1% error rate

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Program/Database References
1. "FragGeneScan: predicting genes in short and error-prone reads", M. Rho, H. Tang and Y. Ye Nucleic Acids Research (2010) 38(20).
Program/Database Version
Program: Fraggenescan 1.16
Database: N/A