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NAME ^

Bio::BioStudio::Diff

VERSION ^

Version 1.05

DESCRIPTION ^

BioStudio functions for comparing Bio::DB::SeqFeatures. These are used to "diff" two chromosomes, to figure out changes in annotation and sequence.

AUTHOR ^

Sarah Richardson <notadoctor@jhu.edu>.

compare_feature_sources

compare_feature_types

compare_feature_lengths

compare_feature_orientations

compare_feature_scores

compare_feature_phases

compare_feature_attributes

compare_feature_annotations

compare_feature_sequences

compare_feature_translations

compare_comments

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