|EMBOSS::GUI(3pm)||User Contributed Perl Documentation||EMBOSS::GUI(3pm)|
EMBOSS::GUI - provide web-based access to EMBOSS
Luke McCarthy <email@example.com>
use EMBOSS::GUI; $emboss = EMBOSS::GUI->new(); $emboss->intro_page; $emboss->about_page; $emboss->menu_page; $emboss->app_page; $emboss->help_page; $emboss->default_page;
EMBOSS::GUI provides a simple web-based interface to the EMBOSS suite of bioinformatics tools. The distribution should have included a sample CGI script that wraps the module appropriately.
Alternatively, EMBOSS::GUI can be used to gather information about the local EMBOSS installation. Public methods for that purpose are described below:
- Returns a new EMBOSS::GUI object.
%args is a hash of optional named arguments. The following arguments are %recognized:
- html => $object
- Specifies an alternative HTML renderer object to use when generating the web interface. See EMBOSS::GUI::XHTML for the methods the replacement object must implement.
- Process CGI arguments and display the corresponding page.
- Generates an introductory page describing EMBOSS and the GUI.
- Generates a page describing the local EMBOSS configuration, including the version and filesystem location of each perl module required by the GUI.
- Generates the main menu page.
- Generates the application-specific input page or runs an EMBOSS application and generates the output page.
- Generates the application-specific manual page.
- Generates the application output page, or a placeholder page if the application is still running.
- Generates a default page according to the current configuration.
- Generates a page that sets up the menu and main content frames.
- Returns a list of available EMBOSS applications. Each element of the list is a reference to an array containing the name and description of an application.
- Returns a list of application groups. Each element of the list is a reference to an array containing the name of the group and a list of applications belonging to that group (each application is in turn a reference to an array as described in apps() above.) Note that an individual application can appear in multiple groups.
- Returns true if the subject is being excluded from public display, false
$subject is the name of an application or application group as it appears in the output from wossname.
- Returns a list of available databases. Each element of the list is the name of a database, suitable for use in a USA.
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Copyright (c) 2004 Luke McCarthy. All rights reserved. This program is free software. You may copy or redistribute it under the same terms as Perl itself.