[Bioperl-l] How to handle multiple locations for SeqFeature
jason at cgt.duhs.duke.edu
Wed Jan 14 14:57:01 EST 2004
A Bio::Location::Split SeqFeature locations are managed through the
->location method - simple, split, or fuzzy locations can be stored there.
start/end/strand are convience functions in the SeqFeature::Generic
implementation and it delegates to the location object as to what start
and end should be.
Brian covers this briefly in his new Feature-Annotation HOWTO
although as he says, it probably needs its own HOWTO...
On Wed, 14 Jan 2004, mack wrote:
> I would like to know how a single Bio::SeqFeature::Generic handle
> multiple locations?
> Thanks in advance.
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