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+opticall includes all the libraries it needs, and requires nothing beyond the C++ standard. It compiles using g++ on unix/mac based systems.
+You can download the latest release of opticall from:
+download the most recent compressed file in the format you're most comfortable with. In the case of a .gz download, uncompress the file by running:
+tar xvzf <filename>
+which creates a folder of the same name as filename. cd into the optical folder:
+cd <foldername>/opticall
+then compile the opticall code by running the make command:
+after which the opticall executable will appear, and you've installed opticall
+==== USAGE ====
 opticall [options] [-in INPUT_FILE] [-out OUTPUT_FILE]
+==== DESCRIPTION ====
 opticall reads in file of intensity data (currently Illumina normalized intensities) and clusters them considering both per-SNP and per-sample information, and provides genotype calls as output. The intensity input file is tab separated, with SNPs are rows, and samples as columns. So a line would be: 
 An example input intensity file is provided with the program for your information.
+==== OPTIONS ====
 -in FILE
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