listGroups: List number of available genomes in each group

Description Usage Arguments Author(s) See Also Examples

View source: R/listGroups.R

Description

Users can retrieve the available number of sequenced genomes per group. Only available for db = "refseq" and db = "genbank".

Usage

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listGroups(db = "refseq", kingdom = "all", details = FALSE)

Arguments

db

a character string specifying the database for which genome availability shall be checked, e.g. db = "refseq" and db = "genbank".

kingdom

a kingdom specification retrieved by getKingdoms.

details

shall all species corresponding to the specified kingdom be returned? Default is details = FALSE.

Author(s)

Hajk-Georg Drost

See Also

listGenomes, is.genome.available, listKingdoms

Examples

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## Not run: 
# example for refseq
listGroups(db = "refseq")
# example for genbank
listGroups(db = "genbank")
### in case groups should be specified by kingdom
# first, retrieve available kingdom names
listKingdoms()
# now we choose kingdom "bacteria"
listGroups(db = "refseq", kingdom = "bacteria")
# or
listGroups(db = "genbank", kingdom = "bacteria")

## End(Not run)

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