Bio::Map LinkagePosition
SummaryIncluded librariesPackage variablesSynopsisDescriptionGeneral documentation
Bio::Map::LinkagePosition - Create a Position for a Marker that will be placed
on a Bio::Map::LinkageMap
Package variables
No package variables defined.
    use Bio::Map::Position;
my $position = Bio::Map::LinkagePosition->new(-positions => 1,
-distance => 22.1 );
# can get listing of positions my @positions = $position->each_position;
Position for a Bio::Map::MarkerI compliant object that will be
placed on a Bio::Map::LinkageMap. See Bio::Map::MarkerI and
Bio::Map::LinkageMap for details
Methods description
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Methods code
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Lincoln Stein,
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The rest of the documentation details each of the object methods.
Internal methods are usually preceded with a _
 Title   : new
Usage : my $obj = Bio::Map::LinkagePosition->new(-positions => $position,
-distance => $distance);
Function: Builds a new Bio::Map::LinkagePosition object
Returns : Bio::Map::LinkagePosition
Args : -order => the relative order of this marker on a linkage map
-positions => positions on a map
Bio::Map::PositionI methodsTop
 Title   : order
Usage : $o_position->order($order)
my $order = $o_position->order()
Function: get/set the order position of this position in a map
Returns : int
Args : none to get, int to set