This is for instantiating a biom object within R
biom-class), and assumes relevant data is
already available in R. This is different than reading a
biom file into R. If you are instead interested in
importing a biom file into R, you should use the
read_biom function. This function is made
available (exported) so that advanced-users/developers
can easily represent analogous data in this structure if
needed. However, most users are expected to instead rely
read_biom function for data import,
followed by accessor functions that extract R-friendly
subsets of the data stored in the biom-format derived
(REQUIRED). A named list conforming to
conventions arising from the
biom() is a constructor method. This is the main
method suggested for constructing an experiment-level
biom-class) object from its component
An instance of the
read_biom import function.
Accessor functions like
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