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Algorithm::HMM::Hit::Domain - Object encapsulating information about a Hidden Markov Model domain hit.
The Algorithm::HMM::Hit::Domain object encapsulates information about a domain hit in the Hidden Markov Model. Unlike global hits which attempt to match the provided sequence against the entire model, a domain hit indicates a match against a smaller subsequence in the model.
$dhit->pvalue() $dhit->evalue() $dhit->score() Returns the pvalue, evalue and score values respectively for the hit. $dhit->seq_from() $dhit->seq_to() $dhit->seq_length() Returns the starting and ends points in the sequence that matched the model. seq_length returns the length of the hit. $dhit->hmm_from() $dhit->hmm_to() Returns the starting and end points in the model. $dhit->parent_pvalue() $dhit->parent_evalue() $dhit->parent_score() Returns the parent pvalue, evalue and score values respectively.
The Algorithm::HMM package was originally written by Cory Spencer <firstname.lastname@example.org> of the Simon Fraser University Brinkman Laboratory. It is currently maintained by Matthew Laird <email@example.com>.
Algorithm::HMM, Algorithm::HMM::Hit::Global, Algorithm::HMM::Report