Bio::Index SwissPfam
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Bio::Index::SwissPfam - Interface for indexing swisspfam files
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Included modules
    use Bio::Index::SwissPfam;
use strict;
my $Index_File_Name = shift; my $inx = Bio::Index::SwissPfam->new('-filename' => $Index_File_Name, '-write_flag' => 'WRITE'); $inx->make_index(@ARGV); use Bio::Index::SwissPfam; use strict; my $Index_File_Name = shift; my $inx = Bio::Index::SwissPfam->new('-filename' => $Index_File_Name); foreach my $id (@ARGV) { my $seq = $inx->fetch($id); # Returns stream while( <$seq> ) { if(/^>/) { print; last; } } }
SwissPfam is one of the flat files released with Pfam. This modules
provides a way of indexing this module.
Inherits functions for managing dbm files from, and
provides the basic funtionallity for indexing SwissPfam files. Only
retrieves FileStreams at the moment. Once we have something better
(ie, an object!), will use that. Heavily snaffled from Index::Fasta system of
James Gilbert. Note: for best results 'use strict'.
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Methods description
_index_filecode    nextTop
  Title   : _index_file
Usage : $index->_index_file( $file_name, $i )
Function: Specialist function to index swisspfam format files.
Is provided with a filename and an integer
by make_index in its SUPER class.
Example :
Returns :
Args :
  Title   : fetch
Usage : $index->fetch( $id )
Function: Returns a Bio::Seq object from the index
Example : $seq = $index->fetch( 'dJ67B12' )
Returns : Bio::Seq object
Args : ID
Methods code
sub _type_stamp {
    return '__SWISSPFAM_FLAT__'; # What kind of index are we?
sub _version {
    return 0.1;
sub _index_file {
    my( $self,
        $file, # File name
$i # Index-number of file being indexed
) = @_; my( $begin, # Offset from start of file of the start
# of the last found record.
$end, # Offset from start of file of the end
# of the last found record.
$id, # ID of last found record.
$acc, # accession of last record. Also put into the index
$nid, $nacc, # new ids for the record just found
); $begin = 0; $end = 0; open my $SP, '<', $file or $self->throw("Can't open file for read : $file"); # Main indexing loop
while (<$SP>) { if (/^>(\S+)\s+\|=*\|\s+(\S+)/) { $nid = $1; $nacc = $2; my $new_begin = tell($SP) - length( $_ ); $end = $new_begin - 1; if( $id ) { $self->add_record($id, $i, $begin, $end); if( $acc ne $id ) { $self->add_record($acc, $i, $begin, $end); } } $begin = $new_begin; $id = $nid; $acc = $nacc; } } # Don't forget to add the last record
$end = tell($SP); $self->add_record($id, $i, $begin, $end) if $id; close $SP; return 1;
sub fetch {
    my( $self, $id ) = @_;
    my $desc;
    my $db = $self->db();
    if (my $rec = $db->{ $id }) {
        my( @record );
        my ($file, $begin, $end) = $self->unpack_record( $rec );
        # Get the (possibly cached) filehandle
my $fh = $self->_file_handle( $file ); # move to start
seek($fh, $begin, 0); return $fh; } else { $self->throw("Unable to find a record for $id in SwissPfam flat file index"); } } 1;
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