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# 1  
Old 04-14-2014
Xml multi parse question

Code:
awk -F "[<>]" '/<Id>|<id>|<Source>|<source>|<Accession>|<accession>|<TestName>|<testname>/ {print $2, $3}' OFS='\t' Test.xml

The above code works great, but lets say I wanted the <Analyte> name (<Name>STAT3). The word <name> is unique so there will be multiple records pulled. Is there a way to make the name dependent on a word?

For example, STAT3 would be dependent on Analyte and all other records would be ignored? Thanks.
# 2  
Old 04-15-2014
I'm not following your question fully, perhaps you could show an example input line and what you want to match on in it?

Unless you just mean to ask how to choose a given field to match on, in which case, you can replace:
Code:
/<Id>|<id>|<Source>|<source>|<Accession>|<accession>|<TestName>|<testname>/

with
Code:
$2 ~ /<Id>|<id>|<Source>|<source>|<Accession>|<accession>|<TestName>|<testname>/

To have it only output lines where field 2 matches something in the list you've specified.
# 3  
Old 04-15-2014
Lets say I wanted the <Condition>|<name> which = Hyperimmunoglobulin E syndrome, but not any other occurrence of <name>.

Code:
awk -F "[<>]" ' $2 ~ /<Id>|<id>|<Source>|<source>|<Accession>|<accession>|<TestName>|<testname>|<Condition>|<name>/
{print $2, $3}' OFS='\t' GTR.doc > output.txt

As you can see the <name> is not unique, but there is a unique header associated with it. Thanks.
# 4  
Old 04-15-2014
If you are just looking for lines that match <Name>Hyperimmunoglobulin E syndrome, couldn't you just search for that instead of just <Name>?
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Code:
awk -F "[<>]" ' /<Id>|<id>|<Source>|<source>|<Accession>|<accession>|<TestName>|<testname>|<Condition>|<Name>Hyperimmunoglobulin E syndrome/
{print $2, $3}' OFS='\t' GTR.doc > output.txt

# 5  
Old 04-15-2014
Please give us the input and desired output, we can help
# 6  
Old 04-17-2014
xml multi parse

The input file is attached.

The desired out would be:

Id 508680
TestName Whole Exome Sequencing
Offerer Baylor Medical Genetics Laboratories Baylor College of Medicine
DirectorList Sarah Elsea, PhD, ABMG, FACMG, Diplomate of the American Board of Medical Genetics, Lab Director
DirectorList Christine Eng, MD, ABMG, FACMG, Diplomate of the American Board of Medical Genetics, Medical Director, Laboratory Director
DirectorList Marilyn Li, MD, ABMG, Diplomate of the American Board of Medical Genetics, Lab Director
DirectorList Ankita Patel, PhD, ABMG, Diplomate of the American Board of Medical Genetics, Lab Director
DirectorList Lee-Jun Wong, PhD, ABMG, Diplomate of the American Board of Medical Genetics, Lab Director

Code:
awk -F "[<>]" ' /<Id>|<id>|< TestName>|<testname>|<Offerer>|<offerer>|<DirectorList>|<sting>/ {print $2, $3}' OFS='\t' exome.doc > output.txt

Thanks.
# 7  
Old 04-17-2014
That attachment is:

Code:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE eSummaryResult PUBLIC "-//NLM//DTD esummary gtr 20140110//EN" "http://eutils.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/eutils/dtd/20140110/esummary_gtr.dtd">
<eSummaryResult>
<DocumentSummarySet status="OK">
<DbBuild>Build140417-0530.1</DbBuild>

<DocumentSummary uid="508680">
        <Id>508680</Id>
        <Source>GTR</Source>
        <Accession>GTR000508680</Accession>
        <TestName>Whole Exome Sequencing</TestName>
        <TestType>Clinical</TestType>
        <ConditionList>
                <Condition>
                        <Name>Intellectual functioning disability</Name>
                        <Acronym></Acronym>
                        <CUI>C0025362</CUI>
                </Condition>
        </ConditionList>
        <Analytes>
        </Analytes>
        <GeneList>
        </GeneList>
        <Offerer>Baylor Medical Genetics Laboratories Baylor College of Medicine</Offerer>
        <OffererLocation>
                <Line1> 2450 Holcombe, Grand Blvd. - Sample Receiving Dock</Line1>
                <Line2></Line2>
                <Line3></Line3>
                <City>Houston</City>
                <State>Texas</State>
                <PostCode>77021-2024</PostCode>
                <Country>United States</Country>
        </OffererLocation>
        <OffererID>1006</OffererID>
        <DirectorList>
                <string>Sarah Elsea, PhD, ABMG, FACMG, Diplomate of the American Board of Medical Genetics, Lab Director</string>
                <string>Christine Eng, MD, ABMG, FACMG, Diplomate of the American Board of Medical Genetics, Medical Director, Laboratory Director</string>
                <string>Marilyn Li, MD, ABMG, Diplomate of the American Board of Medical Genetics, Lab Director</string>
                <string>Ankita Patel, PhD, ABMG, Diplomate of the American Board of Medical Genetics, Lab Director</string>
                <string>Lee-Jun Wong, PhD, ABMG, Diplomate of the American Board of Medical Genetics, Lab Director</string>
        </DirectorList>
        <Summary></Summary>
        <Flags>
        </Flags>
        <Method>
                <TopCategory>
                        <Name>Molecular Genetics</Name>
                        <CategoriesString>_C_______________</CategoriesString>
                        <CategoryList>
                                <Category>
                                        <Name>Sequence analysis of the entire coding region</Name>
                                        <Code>C</Code>
                                        <MethodList>
                                                <string>Next-Generation (NGS)/Massively parallel sequencing (MPS)</string>
                                        </MethodList>
                                </Category>
                        </CategoryList>
                </TopCategory>
        </Method>
        <AnalyticalValidity>Sensitivity 97%</AnalyticalValidity>
        <TargetPopulation></TargetPopulation>
        <Certifications>
                <Certification>
                        <CertificationType>MD - Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene DHMH</CertificationType>
                        <id>1419</id>
                </Certification>
                <Certification>
                        <CertificationType>NY - New York State Department of Health NYSDOH</CertificationType>
                        <id>PFI-4584 Code 844052A2</id>
                </Certification>
                <Certification>
                        <CertificationType>FL - Florida Agency for Health Care Administration AHCA</CertificationType>
                        <id>L800012320</id>
                </Certification>
                <Certification>
                        <CertificationType>RI - State of Rhode Island Department of Health RIDOH</CertificationType>
                        <id>LCO00545</id>
                </Certification>
                <Certification>
                        <CertificationType>CLIA</CertificationType>
                        <id>45D0660090</id>
                </Certification>
                <Certification>
                        <CertificationType>CAP</CertificationType>
                        <id>2109314</id>
                </Certification>
        </Certifications>
        <StudyDesc></StudyDesc>
        <TestTargetList>
                <string>Human genome</string>
                <string>Whole exome</string>
        </TestTargetList>
        <ConditionCount>1</ConditionCount>
        <TestTargetCount>2</TestTargetCount>
        <Extra><![CDATA[]]></Extra>
</DocumentSummary>

</DocumentSummarySet>
</eSummaryResult>

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