Bio::Biblio::Ref - Representation of a bibliographic reference
$obj = Bio::Biblio::Ref->new(-type => 'Letter', -title => 'Onegin to Tatiana'); #--- OR --- $obj = Bio::Biblio::Ref->new(); $obj->type ('Letter');
A storage object for a general bibliographic reference (a citation). See its place in the class hierarchy in http://www.ebi.ac.uk/~senger/openbqs/images/bibobjects_perl.gif
The following attributes are specific to this class, and they are inherited by all citation types.
author_list_complete values: 'Y' (default) or 'N' authors type: array ref of Bio::Biblio::Provider's cross_references type: array ref of Bio::Annotation::DBLink's cross_references_list_complete values: 'Y' (default) or 'N' abstract abstract_language abstract_type codes type: hash ref contributors type: array ref of Bio::Biblio::Provider's date date_completed date_created date_revised format identifier keywords language last_modified_date publisher type: Bio::Biblio::Provider repository_subset rights spatial_location subject_headings type: hash ref subject_headings_source temporal_period title toc toc_type type
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The rest of the documentation details each of the object methods. Internal methods are preceded with a _
Usage : $self->add_cross_reference (Bio::Annotation::DBLink->new(-database => 'EMBL', -primary_id => 'V00808'); Function: adding a link to a database entry Returns : new value of 'cross_references' Args : an object of type Bio::Annotation::DBLink
Usage : $self->add_author (Bio::Biblio::Person->new(-lastname => 'Novak'); Function: adding an author to a list of authors Returns : new value of 'authors' (a full list) Args : an object of type Bio::Biblio::Provider
Usage : $self->add_contributor (Bio::Biblio::Person->new(-lastname => 'Novak'); Function: adding a contributor to a list of contributors Returns : new value of 'contributors' (a full list) Args : an object of type Bio::Biblio::Provider