[Biopython-dev] Support for standalone version of AlignACE motif
jefftc at stanford.edu
Wed Jul 23 16:40:00 EDT 2003
Your package looks very nice. I'd be happy to check it in under
Bio.AlignAce. I am getting ready to put out a release, so it will have
to be done after that goes out.
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On Wednesday, July 23, 2003, at 11:53 AM, Bartek Wilczynski wrote:
> Hello All,
> I have written a wrapper for standalone version of AlignACE software.
> (http://atlas.med.harvard.edu/) It's still far from perfect, but it
> serves well
> for me.
> It includes the Application class, AlignAceStandalone.AlignAce()
> function to run
> it, Scanner and Parser. As a result of the code like this:
> from Bio.AlignAce.AlignAceStandalone import AlignAce
> from Bio.AlignAce.Parser import AlignAceParser
> result = AlignAce("test.seq")
> motifs = AlignAceParser().parse(result)
> you have set of motifs found by AlignAce in the sequences from the
> FASTA file
> It assumes that the AlignACE executable is in your path, and the
> test.seq file
> is in current directory.
> This module includes also the implementation of a motif object. I'm
> not sure if
> my implementation is general enough to become a BioPython structure,
> but I think
> there's a need for something like that. Probably it should be called
> Bio.SeqMotif and include different things (more than my simplistic
> I would be really glad if You will find it interesting enough to
> include it to
> the biopython cvs, any comments/remarks are more than welcome.
> Bartek Wilczyñski
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