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available_ranges {SynergizeR}

Takes as parameters three strings, representing an authority, a species, and a domain namespace, and returns a character vector corresponding to the currently available range namespaces for the chosen authority, species, and domain namespace.
Package: 
SynergizeR
Version: 
0.2

Description

Takes as parameters three strings, representing an authority, a species, and a domain namespace, and returns a character vector corresponding to the currently available range namespaces for the chosen authority, species, and domain namespace.

Usage

available_ranges(authority = "ensembl", species = "Homo sapiens", domain = "hgnc_symbol")

Arguments

authority
A character containing any authoritative sources of identifier-mapping information.
species
A character containing the Species. Note that the range of species supported depends on the choice of authority. Examples: Homo sapiens, Mus musculus.
domain
This is the "namespace" (naming scheme) of the database identifiers the user wishes to translate. Examples: embl, ipi

Values

A vector containing the currently available range namespaces for the chosen authority, species, and domain namespace.

Examples

## Not run:
library('SynergizerR')
available_ranges('ensembl','homo sapiens','hgnc_symbol') ## End(Not run)

Documentation reproduced from package SynergizeR, version 0.2. License: GPL-2