[Bioperl-l] SearchIO: write/read database

Chu, Roy RChu at coh.org
Tue May 20 03:09:56 EDT 2008


Hi,

I tried a mailing-list and module search, but I couldn't find what I was looking for--but I know it's there.

On the bioperl page (http://www.bioperl.org/wiki/HOWTO:SearchIO#Writing_and_formatting_output) it says:
"If your data is instead stored in a database you could build the Bio::Search objects up in memory directly from your database and then use the Writer object to output the data."

I want to write/read BLAST results to a database w/o having to write to files or parse any xml.  Can someone direct me to any available module(s) that will help me in my endeavor?

Thanks in advance,
Roy



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