This module provides functionality for working with biological sequence collections and alignments. These can be composed of generic sequences, nucelotide sequences, DNA sequences, and RNA sequences. By default, input is not validated, except that sequence ids must be unique, but all contructor methods take a validate option which checks different features of the input based on SequenceCollection type.
|SequenceCollection(seqs[, validate])||Class for storing collections of biological sequences.|
|Alignment(seqs[, validate])||Class for storing alignments of biological sequences.|
>>> from StringIO import StringIO >>> from skbio.core.alignment import SequenceCollection, Alignment >>> from skbio.core.sequence import DNA >>> seqs = [DNA("ACC--G-GGTA..", id="seq1"), ... DNA("TCC--G-GGCA..", id="seqs2")] >>> a1 = Alignment(seqs) >>> a1 <Alignment: n=2; mean +/- std length=13.00 +/- 0.00>
>>> seqs = [DNA("ACCGGG", id="seq1"), ... DNA("TCCGGGCA", id="seq2")] >>> s1 = SequenceCollection(seqs) >>> s1 <SequenceCollection: n=2; mean +/- std length=7.00 +/- 1.00>
>>> from skbio.parse.sequences import parse_fasta >>> fasta_f = StringIO('>seq1\n' ... 'CGATGTCGATCGATCGATCGATCAG\n' ... '>seq2\n' ... 'CATCGATCGATCGATGCATGCATGCATG\n') >>> s1 = SequenceCollection.from_fasta_records(parse_fasta(fasta_f), DNA) >>> s1 <SequenceCollection: n=2; mean +/- std length=26.50 +/- 1.50>