Bio::Community::IO::Driver::generic - Driver to read and write files in a generic tab-delimited site-by-species table format
my $in = Bio::Community::IO->new( -file => 'gaas_communities.txt', -format => 'generic' ); # See Bio::Community::IO for more information
This Bio::Community::IO::Driver::generic driver reads and writes files in a generic format. Multiple communities can be written in a file to generate a site-by- species table (OTU table), in which the entries are tab-delimited. Example:
Species site A site B species 1 321 94 species 2 0 58 species 3 47 26
For each Bio::Community::Member $member generated from a generic site-by-species file, $member->desc() contains the content of the species field. Since the generic format does not specify a member ID, one is automatically generated and can be retrieved using $member->id().
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