Bio::Ontology::RelationshipFactory - Instantiates a new
Bio::Ontology::RelationshipI (or derived class) through a factory
No package variables defined.
# the default type is Bio::Ontology::Relationship
my $factory = Bio::Ontology::RelationshipFactory->new(
-type => 'Bio::Ontology::GOterm');
my $clu = $factory->create_object(-name => 'peroxisome',
-ontology => 'Gene Ontology',
-identifier => 'GO:0005777');
Title : newSee Bio::Ontology::Relationship, Bio::Ontology::RelationshipI.
Usage : my $obj = Bio::Ontology::RelationshipFactory->new();
Function: Builds a new Bio::Ontology::RelationshipFactory object
Returns : Bio::Ontology::RelationshipFactory
Args : -type => string, name of a Bio::Ontology::RelationshipI
The default is Bio::Ontology::Relationship.
my($class,@args) = @_;
my $self = $class->SUPER::new(@args);
$self->type($self->type() || "Bio::Ontology::Relationship");
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