[Bioperl-l] hash key for SeqFeatureI
jason at cgt.duhs.duke.edu
Thu Mar 25 11:07:53 EST 2004
actually it is not always a Location::Simple but instead is always a
Which can be
Peter the (somewhat old) object diagram on the bioperl website might be
Split locations won't have strands but will delegate to their internal
components which are a list of Bio::LocationI objects.
Fuzzy and Split locations will try and return a sensible summary value for
The method $location->to_FTstring() will return a string which should be
comparable (although sets of locations in different orders stored
in a SplitLocation will not be equivalent).
On Thu, 25 Mar 2004, Chris Dwan (CCGB) wrote:
> > And related to this, where is the strandedness of Bioperl SeqFeatures
> > stored?
> Bio::SeqFeature::Generic has a member "location" which is a
> Bio::Location::Simple. Bio::Location::Simple inherits the strand method
> from Bio::Location::Atomic.
> Really, under the hood, it's:
> Which may be accessed as
> Allowed values are -1 (or '-'), 1 (or '+') and 0 (or '.').
> -Chris Dwan
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