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NAME ^

Bio::SeqIO::game::seqHandler -- a class for handling game-XML sequences

SYNOPSIS ^

This modules is not used directly

DESCRIPTION ^

Bio::SeqIO::game::seqHandler processes all of the sequences associated with a game record and, via feature handlers, processes the associated annotations

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AUTHOR - Sheldon McKay ^

Email mckays@cshl.edu

APPENDIX ^

The rest of the documentation details each of the object methods. Internal methods are usually preceded with a _

new

 Title   : new
 Usage   : my $seqHandler = Bio::SeqIO::game::seqHandler->new($seq, $ann, $comp, $map, $src )
 Function: constructor method to create a sequence handler
 Returns : a sequence handler object
 Args    : $seq  -- an XML sequence element
           $ann  -- a ref. to a list of <annotation> elements
           $comp -- a ref. to a list of <computational_analysis> elements (not used yet)
           $map  -- a <map_position> element
           $src  -- a flag to indicate that the sequence already has a source feature

convert

 Title   : convert
 Usage   : @seqs = $seqHandler->convert
 Function: converts the main XML sequence element and associated annotations to Bio::
 Returns : a ref. to a an array containing the sequence object and a ref. to a list of  features
 Args    : none

 Note    : The features and sequence are kept apart to facilitate downstream filtering of features 

_order_feats

 Title   : _order_feats
 Usage   : $self->_order_feats( $self->{seq_h} )
 Function: an internal method to ensure the source feature comes first
           and keep gene, mRNA and CDS features together 
 Returns : a ref. to an array containing the sequence object and a ref. to a list of  features 
 Args    : a ref. to a hash of sequences

_add_seq

 Title   : _add_seq
 Usage   : $self->_add_seq($seq_element)
 Function: an internal method to process the sequence elements
 Returns : nothing
 Args    : a sequence element

_map_position

 Title   : _map_position
 Usage   : $self->_map_position($map_posn_element)
 Function: an internal method to process the <map_position> element
 Returns : nothing
 Args    : a map_position element

_annotation

 Title   : _annotation
 Usage   : $self->_annotation($annotation_element)
 Function: an internal method to process <annotation> elements
 Returns : nothing
 Args    : an annotation element

_seq

 Title   : _seq
 Usage   : my $seq = $self->_seq
 Function: an internal sequence getter/setter
 Returns : a Bio::RichSeq object
 Args    : a sequence ID

_feat_handler

 Title   : _feat_handler
 Usage   : my $featHandler = $self->_featHandler
 Function: an internal getter/setter for feature handling objects 
 Returns : a Bio::SeqIO::game::featHandler object
 Args    : none
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