|Bio::Factory::AnalysisI(3pm)||User Contributed Perl Documentation||Bio::Factory::AnalysisI(3pm)|
Bio::Factory::AnalysisI - An interface to analysis tool factory
This is an interface module - you do not instantiate it. Use Bio::Tools::Run::AnalysisFactory module:
use Bio::Tools::Run::AnalysisFactory; my $list = Bio::Tools::Run::AnalysisFactory->new->available_analyses;
This interface contains all public methods for showing available analyses and for creating objects representing them.
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This is actually the main documentation...
If you try to call any of these methods directly on this "Bio::Factory::AnalysisI" object you will get a not implemented error message. You need to call them on a "Bio::Tools::Run::AnalysisFactory" object instead.
Usage : $factory->available_categories; Returns : an array reference with the names of available categories Args : none
The analysis tools may be grouped into categories by their functional similarity, or by the similar data types they deal with. This method shows all available such categories.
Usage : $factory->available_analyses; $factory->available_analyses ($category); Returns : an array reference with the names of all available analyses, or the analyses available in the given '$category' Args : none || category_name
Show available analyses. Their names usually consist of category analysis names, separated by "::".
Usage : $factory->create_analysis ($name); Returns : a Bio::Tools::Run::Analyis object Args : analysis name
A real factory method creating an analysis object. The created object gets all access and location information from the factory object.