Title : new Usage : Bio::JBrowse::Store::NCList::LazyNCList->new( $attrs, $lazyClass, $makeLazy, $measure, $output, $sizeThresh Function: create a LazyNCList Returns : an LazyNCList object Args : $attrs is a reference to an ArrayRepr instance $lazyClass is the class number to be used for 'lazy' NCLists, which are references to sub-lists, $makeLazy is a reference to a sub taking the arguments (start, end, ID), which returns a "lazy feature" with the given attributes $loadChunk is a subroutine that takes a chunk ID number and returns the contents of that chunk ( $measure is a reference to a sub that takes a feature to be output, and returns the number of bytes that feature will take up in the output $output is a reference to a sub that, given a chunk ID and some data, will output that data under that chunk ID $sizeThresh is the target chunk size
Title : addSorted Usage : $ncl->addSorted($feat) Function: Adds a single feature to the set of features in this LazyNCList; features passed to this method are accumulated into "chunks"; once a chunk grows to sizeThresh, the chunk is output. The features given to addSorted must be sorted by the NCList sort. Returns : nothing meaningful Args : $feat is the feature to be added;
Title : finish Usage : $ncl->finish() Function: Once all features have been added (through addSorted), call "finish" to flush all of the partial chunks. After calling finish, you can access the "topLevelList" property. Returns : nothing
Calls the given function once for each of the intervals that overlap the given interval if
<$from <= $to>, iterates left-to-right, otherwise iterates right-to-left.
Mitchell Skinner <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Robert Buels <email@example.com>
This software is copyright (c) 2013 by Robert Buels.
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