Bio::SeqEvolution::EvolutionI - the interface for evolving sequences
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This is the interface that all classes that mutate sequence objects in
constant fashion must implement. A good example is
Title : seqSetting this will reset mutation and generated mutation counters.
Usage : $obj->seq($newval)
Function: Set the sequence object for the original sequence
Returns : The sequence object
Args : newvalue (optional)
Title : next_seq
Usage : $obj->next_seq
Function: Evolve the reference sequence to desired level
Returns : A new sequence object mutated from the reference sequence
Args : -
Title : mutateCalled from next_seq().
Usage : $obj->mutate
Function: mutate the sequence at the given location according to the model
Returns : true
Args : integer, start location of the mutation, required argument
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The rest of the documentation details each of the object methods.
Internal methods are usually preceded with a _
Title : annotation
Usage : $obj->annotation($newval)
Function: Get the annotation collection for this annotatable object.
Returns : a Bio::AnnotationCollectionI implementing object, or undef
Args : on set, new value (a Bio::AnnotationCollectionI
implementing object, optional) (an implementation may not
support changing the annotation collection)