This function reads in a Biopax .owl file and generates the internal data.frame format used in this package. This function can take a while with really big Biopax files like NCIs Pathway Interaction Database or Reactome. In almost every case this is your starting point. Returns a biopax model, which is a list with named elements:
The data.frame representing the biopax in R
string. File name
logical. Output messages about how parsing is going and so on.
A biopax model
## Not run: biopax = readBiopax(file="biopaxmodel.owl") ## Not run: biopax