--from_file FILENAME


Text file where fwInterface flags can be set. See also: --to_file

Argument and Default Value

No defaults


Any variable in the text file can be overridden by the command line. Precedence: command line > init file > default. Do NOT quote strings. Lists must be comma separated.

This is a list of all of the variables that can be read from the file:

corpdb =
corptable =
correl_field =
mysql_host =
message_field =
messageid_field =
date_field =
lexicondb =
feattable =
featnames =
featlabelmaptable =
featlabelmaplex =
lextable =
wordTable =
outcometable =
outcomefields =
outcomecontrols =
outcomeinteraction =
groupfreqthresh =
outputname =
p_correction_method =
tagcloudcolorscheme =
maxP =
encoding =

Note: when using an init file outside of dlatkInterface, i.e., when using the classes explicitly, most of these values will be ignored.

Other Switches

Example Commands

Give the init file myInit.txt:

corpdb = county_addiction
corptable = msgs_2011to13
correl_field = cnty
feattable = feat$cat_met_a30_2000_cp_w$msgs_2011to13$cnty$16to16
outcome_table = main_interest_vars_controls
outcome_value_fields = ExcessDrink_Percent, AlcDrivingDeaths_Percent
outcome_controls = age_lt1, age_1to4
wordTable = feat$1gram$msgs_2011to13$cnty$16to16$0_1
output_name = /home/sgiorgi/xxx_output
maxP = 0.05
p_correction_method = bonferroni
groupfreqthresh = 40000

the command

dlatkInterface.py --from_file myInit.txt  --correlate

is equivalent to:

dlatkInterface.py -d county_addiction -t msgs_2011to13 -c cnty --word_table     'feat$1gram$msgs_2011to13$cnty$16to16$0_1' --group_freq_thresh 40000 -f 'feat$cat_met_a30_2000_cp_w$msgs_2011to13$cnty$16to16' --outcome_table main_interest_vars_controls --outcomes ExcessDrink_Percent AlcDrivingDeaths_Percent --controls age_lt1 age_1to4 --correlate --output_name ~/xxx_output --p_value 0.05 --p_correction 'bonferroni'