Structures for vocabularies and narratives of views. This can be used to create HTML views of the package structure in a Bioconductor repository.
|Depends:||R (>= 2.4.0), methods, utils|
|Imports:||tools, Biobase, graph (>= 1.9.26), RBGL (>= 1.13.5), XML|
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BiocView-class Class "BiocView" Htmlized-class Class "Htmlized" PackageDetail-class Class "PackageDetail" RepositoryDetail-class Class "RepositoryDetail" biocViewsVocab Bioconductor Task Views Vocabulary Data extractVignettes Extract pdf vignettes from local package repository genReposControlFiles Generate CRAN-style repository control files getBiocSubViews Build a list of BiocView objects from a package repository getBiocViews Build a list of BiocView objects from a package repository getPacksAndViews Parse VIEWS file for views and packages getSubTerms Retrieve a term and its children from a vocab DAG htmlDoc Create a complete HTML document representation of an object htmlFilename Return a filename for an object's HTML representation htmlValue HTML Representation of an Object writeBiocViews Write a list of BiocView objects to HTML writeHtmlDoc Write an XML DOM containing HTML to a file writePackageDetailHtml Write HTML files for packages in a CRAN-style repository writeRepositoryHtml Write package descriptions and a repository index as HTML writeTopLevelView Write the view for the root of a vocabulary to disk write_REPOSITORY Write a REPOSITORY control file for a CRAN-style package repository write_SYMBOLS Write a SYMBOLS file write_VIEWS Write a VIEWS control file for a CRAN-style package repository
The terms of the vocabulary are stored in a DAG, which can be loaded as
the serialized data object
biocViewsVocab. For listing of
available terms use function
Further information is available in the following two vignettes:
||Basic package usage|
||Further information for repository admins|
Maintainer: Biocore Team c/o BioC user list <[email protected]>
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