Bio::Ontology OBOterm
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Summary
Bio::Ontology::OBOterm - representation of OBO terms
Package variables
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Inherit
Bio::Ontology::Term
Synopsis
  $term = Bio::Ontology::OBOterm->new
( -identifier => "GO:0005623",
-name => "Cell",
-definition => "The basic structural and functional unit ...",
-is_obsolete => 0,
-comment => "" );
$term->add_reference( @refs ); $term->add_secondary_id( @ids ); $term->add_synonym( @synonym ); # etc.
Description
This is data holder class for OBO terms. It is currently a dummy class since we anticipate that the
OBO term will become more richer with more features being added to OBO flat-file format.
Methods
newDescriptionCode
Methods description
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 Title   : new
Usage : $term = Bio::Ontology::OBOterm->new
( -identifier => "GO:0005623",
-name => "Cell",
-definition => "The basic structural and functional unit ...",
-is_obsolete => 0,
-comment => "" );
Function: Creates a new Bio::Ontology::OBOterm. Returns : A new Bio::Ontology::OBOterm object. Args : -identifier => the id of this OBO term [GO:nnnnnnn] integer of seven digits) -name => the name of this OBO term [scalar] -definition => the definition of this OBO term [scalar] -ontology => the ontology for this term (a Bio::Ontology::OntologyI compliant object) -version => version information [scalar] -is_obsolete => the obsoleteness of this OBO term [0 or 1] -comment => a comment [scalar]
Methods code
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sub new {
    my ( $class, @args ) = @_;
    my $self = $class->SUPER::new(@args);
    return $self;
}    # new
1;
}
General documentation
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AUTHORTop
Sohel Merchant
Email: s-merchant@northwestern.edu
Address:
  Northwestern University
Center for Genetic Medicine (CGM), dictyBase
Suite 1206,
676 St. Clair st
Chicago IL 60611
APPENDIXTop
The rest of the documentation details each of the object
methods.