# do not use directly -- use via Bio::OntologyIO
my $parser = Bio::OntologyIO->new
( -format => "so", # or soflat
-defs_file => "/home/czmasek/SO/SO.defs",
-file => "/home/czmasek/SO/sofa.ontology" );
my $sofa_ontology = $parser->next_ontology();
my $IS_A = Bio::Ontology::RelationshipType->get_instance( "IS_A" );
my $PART_OF = Bio::Ontology::RelationshipType->get_instance( "PART_OF" );
DESCRIPTIONNeeds Graph.pm from CPAN.
This is essentially a very thin derivation of the dagflat base-parser.
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AUTHORChristian M. Zmasek
Email: czmasek-at-burnham.org or [email protected]
Genomics Institute of the Novartis Research Foundation 10675 John Jay Hopkins Drive San Diego, CA 92121
Hilmar Lapp, hlapp at gmx.net
APPENDIXThe rest of the documentation details each of the object methods. Internal methods are usually preceded with a _
Title : new Usage : $parser = Bio::OntologyIO->new( -format => "soflat", -files => ["/path/to/sofa.ontology"] ); Function: Creates a new soflat parser. Returns : A new soflat parser object, implementing Bio::OntologyIO. Args : -defs_file => the name of the file holding the term definitions -files => a single ontology flat file holding the term relationships, or an array ref holding the file names -file => if there is only a single flat file, it may also be specified via the -file parameter -ontology_name => the name of the ontology; if not specified the parser will auto-discover it by using the term that starts with a $, and converting underscores to spaces -engine => the Bio::Ontology::OntologyEngineI object to be reused (will be created otherwise); note that every Bio::Ontology::OntologyI will qualify as well since that one inherits from the former.