my $nodeA = Bio::Tree::NodeNHX->new();
my $nodeL = Bio::Tree::NodeNHX->new();
my $nodeR = Bio::Tree::NodeNHX->new();
my $node = Bio::Tree::NodeNHX->new();
print "node is not a leaf \n" if( $node->is_leaf);
DESCRIPTIONMakes a Tree Node with NHX tags, suitable for building a Tree. See Bio::Tree::Node for a full list of functionality.
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AUTHOR - Aaron MackeyEmail [email protected]
CONTRIBUTORSThe NHX (New Hampshire eXtended) format was created by Chris Zmasek, and is described at:
APPENDIXThe rest of the documentation details each of the object methods. Internal methods are usually preceded with a _
Title : new Usage : my $obj = Bio::Tree::NodeNHX->new(); Function: Builds a new Bio::Tree::NodeNHX object Returns : Bio::Tree::NodeNHX Args : -left => pointer to Left descendent (optional) -right => pointer to Right descenent (optional) -branch_length => branch length [integer] (optional) -bootstrap => bootstrap value (string) -description => description of node -id => unique id for node -nhx => hashref of NHX tags and values
Title : nhx_tag Usage : my $tag = $nodenhx->nhx_tag(%tags); Function: Set tag-value pairs for NHX nodes Returns : none Args : hashref to update the tags/value pairs OR with a scalar value update the bootstrap value by default