Within the Analysis view, you can select an entire chromosome, a portion of one, or a specific portion of chromosome corresponding to a feature. The active selection is highlighted in light blue. The selection can then be copied to the clipboard in standard or FASTA format.
|To select…||Do this…|
|One or more rows||In either the Overview or Analysis view, click on a row label to make it the active selection, and click again to deselect it. To select multiple rows, use Ctrl/Cmd+click or Shift+click.|
|The entire active chromosome||Use Edit > Select All.|
|A portion of the active chromosome||Drag the mouse across residues in the sequence track while holding down the left mouse button.|
|Only the portion of a single sequence associated with a section of track (e.g. a Gap Fraction peak, etc.)||Drag the mouse across the open track while holding down the left mouse button.|
|One or more tracks||Click on a track to select it. To add additional tracks to the selection, use Ctrl/Cmd+click or Shift+click.|
|One or more features and corresponding sequence||Click on a feature to select it. To add additional features to the selection, use Ctrl/Cmd+click.|
|The portion of a single sequence associated with a feature|| To expand a selection consisting of one or more features to a selection containing just the sequence corresponding to the feature(s), do any of the following:
|Additional continuous items, when the first endpoint has been selected||Use Ctrl/Cmd+Shift and click on the other endpoint.|
|Toggle selection of items on or off||Hold down the Ctrl/Cmd key while clicking on the items to toggle on or off. For subsequence selection, hold down the Ctrl/Cmd key while dragging the mouse.|
|The current selection, but expanded to encompass additional bases||You can extend the length of an existing selection by Shift+clicking on the new endpoint. The selection will expand to use the chosen base as the new endpoint. If there are multiple selected ranges, the one closed to the chosen base will be expanded.|
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