This module implements a "flattened" data structure for Blast hits,
as opposed to the hierarchical structure in Bio.Alignment.BlastData.
The flat data type is useful in many cases where it is more natural
to see the result as a set of rows (e.g. for insertaion in a database).
It would probably be more (memory-) efficient to go the other way
(i.e. from flat to hierarchical), as passing the current, partially
built BlastFlat object down the stream of results and stamping
out a stream of completed ones. (See Bio.Alignment.BlastXML.breaks
for this week's most cumbersome use of parallelism to avoid the
|The BlastFlat data type
|The BlastFlat data structure contains information about a single match
|Read XML format
|Convert from hierarchical to flat structure
|Convert BlastRecords into BlastFlats (representing a depth-first traversal of the
|Re-exports from the hierarchical module (Bio.Alignment.BlastData)
|The Aux field in the BLAST output includes match information that depends
on the BLAST flavor (blastn, blastx, or blastp). This data structure captures
|The Strand indicates the direction of the match, i.e. the plain sequence or
its reverse complement.
|Produced by Haddock version 2.4.2|