PaGE_5.1 Documentation - the --note command

Use this option to place a note at the top of the output html and text files.

Note: This is useful for keeping track of notes regarding this particular PaGE run.

Note: If your note contains spaces, make sure to enclose it in double quotes.
If your note contains double quotes, then precede them with backslashes.

This command takes one argument of type string.

Example 1:

> perl --note "replaced day 3 replicate 5 with new version
of data, other experiments unchanged"

Example 2:

> perl --note "This is the \"final\" version."