Provided by: libbio-perl-perl_1.6.901-2_all bug

NAME

       Bio::Assembly::Singlet - Perl module to hold and manipulate
                            singlets from sequence assembly contigs.

SYNOPSIS

           # Module loading
           use Bio::Assembly::IO;

           # Assembly loading methods
           $aio = Bio::Assembly::IO->new( -file   => 'test.ace.1',
                                          -format => 'phrap'      );

           $assembly = $aio->next_assembly;
           foreach $singlet ($assembly->all_singlets) {
             # do something
           }

           # OR, if you want to build the singlet yourself,

           use Bio::Assembly::Singlet;
           $singlet = Bio::Assembly::Singlet->new(
               -id     => 'Singlet1',
               -seqref => $seq
           );

DESCRIPTION

       A singlet is a sequence that phrap was unable to align to any other sequences.

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AUTHOR - Chad S. Matsalla

       bioinformatics1 at dieselwurks.com

APPENDIX

       The rest of the documentation details each of the object methods. Internal methods are
       usually preceded with a _

   new
           Title   : new
           Usage   : $singlet = $io->new( -seqref => $seq )
           Function: Create a new singlet object
           Returns : A Bio::Assembly::Singlet object
           Args    : -seqref => Bio::Seq-compliant sequence object for the singlet

   seqref
           Title   : seqref
           Usage   : $seqref = $singlet->seqref($seq);
           Function: Get/set the sequence to which this singlet refers
           Returns : A Bio::Seq-compliant object
           Args    : A Bio::Seq-compliant or Bio::Seq::Quality object

   _seq_to_singlet
           Title   : _seq_to_singlet
           Usage   : $singlet->seqref($seq)
           Function: Transform a sequence into a singlet
           Returns : 1 for sucess
           Args    : A Bio::Seq-compliant object