# Get a renderer somehow, called $renderer
# create a new panel and render contents a feature collection onto it
my $config = new ConfigIO( $config_file )->getConfig();
my $features = $data_provider->getCollection();
my ( $tracks_rendered, $panel ) = $renderer->render( $features, $prefs );
DESCRIPTIONRenderer of Bio::SeqFeature::CollectionIs (collections of features) onto a Bio::Graphics::Panel using a Bio::Graphics::ConfiguratorI for general and track-specific rendering options.
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AUTHORPaul Edlefsen <[email protected]>.
Copyright (c) 2003 Institute for Systems Biology
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APPENDIXThe rest of the documentation details each of the object methods. Internal methods are usually preceded with a _
Title : render Usage : ( $rendered, $panel ) = $renderer->render( $collection, $configurator [, $panel ] ); Function: Renders the SeqFeatures in the given collection onto a Bio::Graphics::Panel (if no panel is given, one will be created), using the given Bio::Graphics::ConfiguratorI for general and track-specific rendering options. Returns : In a scalar context returns the number of tracks rendered. In a list context, returns a two-element list containing the number of features rendered and the panel. Args : A Bio::SeqFeature::CollectionI and a Bio::Graphics::ConfiguratorI and optionally a Bio::Graphics::Panel. Status : Public