\name{@ANNOBJPREFIX@CHRLOC}
\alias{@ANNOBJPREFIX@CHRLOC}
\alias{@ANNOBJPREFIX@CHRLOCEND}
\title{Map Manufacturer IDs to Chromosomal Location}
\description{
@ANNOBJPREFIX@CHRLOC is an R object that maps manufacturer identifiers to the
starting position of the gene. The position of a gene is
measured as the number of base pairs.

The CHRLOCEND mapping is the same as the CHRLOC mapping except that it
specifies the ending base of a gene instead of the start.
}

\details{
Each manufacturer identifier maps to a named vector of chromosomal locations,
where the name indicates the chromosome. Due to inconsistencies that
may exist at the time the object was built, these vectors may
contain more than one chromosome and/or location. If the chromosomal
location is unknown, the vector will contain an \code{NA}.

Chromosomal locations on both the sense and antisense strands are
measured as the number of base pairs from the p (5' end of the sense
strand) to q (3' end of the sense strand) arms. Chromosomal locations on the
antisense strand have a leading "-" sign (e. g. -1234567).

Mappings were based on data provided by: @CHRLOCSOURCE@

}

\seealso{
\itemize{
the \code{select()} interface.
}
}

\examples{
## select() interface:
## Objects in this package can be accessed using the select() interface
## from the AnnotationDbi package. See ?select for details.

## Bimap interface:
x <- @ANNOBJPREFIX@CHRLOC
# Get the probe identifiers that are mapped to chromosome locations
mapped_probes <- mappedkeys(x)
# Convert to a list
xx <- as.list(x[mapped_probes])
if(length(xx) > 0) {
# Get the CHRLOC for the first five probes
xx[1:5]
# Get the first one
xx[[1]]
}
}
\keyword{datasets}