[Bioperl-l] identifying objects in Bio::Graphics SVG

Roels, Steven Steven.Roels at mpi.com
Fri Aug 6 13:48:53 EDT 2004


I'd like to take the nice SVG output I can generate with the
Bio::Graphics modules, and add javascript to (for example) alter/hide
elements based on a slider or other user-controlled input.

Is there a way to map various panel items to the resulting svg

e.g transcript3, exon4 == <rect id="3633-9-510">

Given that the "<g>" grouping element doesn't seem to be used (which
would facilitate this for non-simple elements), I'm guessing not, but
thought I would ask.



Steve Roels, Ph.D.                       
Senior Scientist I
Computational Biology     
Millennium Pharmaceuticals, Inc.   Phone: 617.761.6820
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