Bio::Ontology::OBOterm - representation of OBO terms
$term = Bio::Ontology::OBOterm->new ( -identifier => "GO:0005623", -name => "Cell", -definition => "The basic structural and functional unit ...", -is_obsolete => 0, -comment => "" ); $term->add_reference( @refs ); $term->add_secondary_id( @ids ); $term->add_synonym( @synonym ); # etc.
This is data holder class for OBO terms. It is currently a dummy class since we anticipate that the OBO term will become more richer with more features being added to OBO flat-file format.
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The rest of the documentation details each of the object methods.
Title : new Usage : $term = Bio::Ontology::OBOterm->new ( -identifier => "GO:0005623", -name => "Cell", -definition => "The basic structural and functional unit ...", -is_obsolete => 0, -comment => "" ); Function: Creates a new Bio::Ontology::OBOterm. Returns : A new Bio::Ontology::OBOterm object. Args : -identifier => the id of this OBO term [GO:nnnnnnn] integer of seven digits) -name => the name of this OBO term [scalar] -definition => the definition of this OBO term [scalar] -ontology => the ontology for this term (a Bio::Ontology::OntologyI compliant object) -version => version information [scalar] -is_obsolete => the obsoleteness of this OBO term [0 or 1] -comment => a comment [scalar]