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DESCRIPTIONDescribe the interface here
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APPENDIXThe rest of the documentation details each of the object methods. Internal methods are usually preceded with a _
Title : marker_name Usage : my $name = $genotype->marker_name(); Function: Get the marker name for a genotype result Returns : string Args : none
Title : individual_id Usage : my $indid = $genotype->individual_id(); Function: Gets the individual id associated with a genotype This is effectively a back reference since we will typically associate a genotype with an individual with an individual HAS-A genotype relationship. Returns : unique id string for an individual Args : none
Title : annotation Usage : my $annotation_collection = $genotype->annotation; Function: Get/set a Bio::AnnotationCollectionI for this genotype Returns : Bio::AnnotationCollectionI object Args : [optional set] Bio::AnnotationCollectionI object
Title : get_Alleles Usage : my @alleles = $genotype->get_Alleles(); Function: Get the alleles for a given marker and individual Returns : array of alleles (strings in many implementations) Args : none