- A character string which is interpreted to be a fasta file (opened by
- A DNAbin class object (ape)
- An XStringSet (Biostrings) including "DNAStringSet", "RNAStringSet", "AAStringSet", and "BStringSet"
- An XMultiple Alignment (Biostings) including "DNAMultipleAlignment","RNAMultipleAlignment", and"AAMultipleAlignment"
Any of these types of objects can be passed to msaR to create an html widget. See the online docs for an interactive version of this widget.
You can install msaR from github with:
This is a basic example which shows you how to solve a common problem:
library(msaR) # read some sequences from a multiple sequence alignment file and display seqfile <- system.file("sequences","AHBA.aln", package="msaR") msaR(seqfile)
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