Bio::Das::Segment::GappedAlignment - A Gapped Aligment
use Bio::Das; # contact a DAS server using the "elegans" data source my $das = Bio::Das->new('http://www.wormbase.org/db/das' => 'elegans'); # fetch a segment my $segment = $das->segment(-ref=>'CHROMOSOME_I',-start=>10_000,-stop=>20_000); # get the alignments my @alignments = $segment->features(-category=>'similarity'); # get the segments from the first alignment my @segments = $alignments->segments; # get the merged segments from the first alignment my @merged = $alignments->merged_segments; # get segments the seqFeatureI way: my @segments = $alignments->sub_seqFeature;
A Bio::Das::Segment::GappedAlignment is a subclass of Bio::Das::Segment::Feature that is specialized for representing interrupted alignments. It inherits all the methods of its parent class, and adds methods for retrieving the individual aligned regions.
Bio::Das::Segment::GappedAlignment objects are created by calling the features() method of a Bio::Das::Segment object created earlier. See Bio::Das::Segment for details.
All Bio::Das::Segment::Feature methods are available. In particular, the start() and stop() methods will return the start and end of the most proximal and distal aligned segments. The target() method works in the same way.
In addition, this class adds or implements the following methods:
The segments() method returns the aligned segments. Each segment is a Bio::Das::Segment::Feature object of category "similarity" (or "homology" for compatibility with earlier versions of the spec). The segments are returned exactly as they were presented by the DAS server, and in the same order.
This method works like segments() but adjusts the boundaries of the segments so that overlapping segments are merged into single
This is an alias for segments(), and is compatible with the Bio::SeqFeatureI interface.
Lincoln Stein <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Copyright (c) 2001 Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
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