codontable: Prints the codon table which is used in the PopGenome...

Description Usage Arguments Details Examples

View source: R/codontable.R

Description

This functions prints the nucleotide triplets (as numerical values) and the correspnding protein character strings.

Usage

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Arguments

no arguments

Details

The returned value is a list including two matrices.
The first matrix contains the amino acids and the second matrix the
corresponding nucleotide triplets. In the PopGenome Vignette you can see how
to manipulate these tables to use alternative genetic codes.

Examples

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# table <- codontable()
# table$Proteins 
# table$Triplets

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