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

NAME

       Bio::CodonUsage::IO - for reading and writing codon usage tables to file

SYNOPSIS

         use Bio::CodonUsage::IO;

         ## read in a codon usage file
         my $io = Bio::CodonUsage::IO->new(-file => "in");
         my $cut = $io->next_data();

         ## write it out again
         my $out = Bio::CodonUsage::IO->new(-file => ">out");
         $out->write_data($cut);

DESCRIPTION

       This class provides standard IO methods for reading and writing text files of codon usage
       tables. These tables can initially be retrieved using Bio::DB::CUTG. At present only this
       format is supported for read/write.

       Reading a CUTG will return a Bio::CodonUsage::Table object.

SEE ALSO

       Bio::Tools::CodonTable, Bio::WebAgent, Bio::CodonUsage::Table, Bio::CodonUsage::IO

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       of the problem with code and data examples if at all possible.

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AUTHORS

       Richard Adams, Richard.Adams@ed.ac.uk

APPENDIX

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

   new
        Title  : new
        Usage  : my $io = Bio::CodonUsage::IO->new(-file => "CUTfile");
        Purpose: To  read/write a Bio:CodonUsage::Table object
        Returns: A  Bio:CodonUsage::IO object
        Args   : a file or file handle

   next_data
        Title  : next_data
        Usage  : my $cut = $io->next_data();
        Purpose: To  obtain a Bio:CodonUsage::Table object
        Returns: A  Bio:CodonUsage::Table object
        Args   : none

   write_data
        Title  : write_data
        Usage  : $io->write_data($cut);
        Purpose: To  write a CUT to file
        Returns: void
        Args   : a Bio::CodonUsage::Table object reference