An alignment of sequences.
Type of the ungapped sequences.
The specializing type.
|Type of a column in an alignment.|
|Type of column container of an alignment.|
|Type for reading values.|
|Type of a row in an alignment.|
|Type of row container of an alignment.|
|The underlying sequence for alignments or gaps data structures.|
|Type of the items in the container.|
|Calculates a banded alignment around a Seed.|
|Calculates a banded alignment around a chain of seeds.|
|A column in an alignment.|
|The container of columns in an alignment.|
|Makes an object independent from other objects.|
|Constructs a alignment from a ChainedSeed.|
|Computes the best global alignment of the two sequences.|
|A row in an alignment.|
|The container of rows in an alignment.|
|Loads the sequences of a stringset into an alignment.|
|Computes the best local alignment of the (two) sequences given in align.|
|Computes next best local alignment.|
The default implementation of
Align stores the alignment in a set of TSpec> objects.
Hence, the default implementation is row-based, so it will be faster to access the alignment row-wise than column-wise.
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