A Python interface to Pathway Tools, 2019 update
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PythonCyc 2.0, January 2020
An updated version of the original PythonCyc API from Mario Latendresse.
This module has been tested under Python 3.6 and Python 3.8, with examples at https://github.com/networkbiolab/PythonCyc/tree/master/examples
Disclaimer: a number of functions remains broken.
PythonCyc 1.0, November 2014
The PythonCyc module provides a Python interface to a Pathway Tools application running either locally or remotely. This module has been designed to work on the three platforms supported by Pathway Tools: Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows. Pathway Tools version 18.5 or above is needed to use this module.
This module has been tested under Python 2.6 and 2.7, IPython 2.1 and IPython notebook.
Please, consult the HTML file tutorial.html under the doc directory of this package for the installation instruction of PythonCyc and how to start Pathway Tools to be able to use PythonCyc.
1) For a tutorial on how to use PythonCyc, please consult the HTML file tutorial.html under the doc directory of this package, or go directly to the tutorial by clicking the following link https://github.com/latendre/PythonCyc/blob/master/doc/tutorial.md
- For the API documentation of PythonCyc, please consult http://pythoncyc.readthedocs.org.
3) For the latest news about PythonCyc, please consult http://bioinformatics.ai.sri.com/ptools/pythoncyc.html
See file LICENSE.
For comments and/or bug reports, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks to Eli Bogart to have inspired some implementation details of PythonCyc via PyCyc, Tomer Altman for the Pathway Tools API documentation, and Daniel Weaver for suggesting to implement some specific functions and his design, with Kai Chen, of the beautiful PythonCyc logo.
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