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The bio package provides utilities for profiling python code.


pip install bio


import bio

def my_functon():
    # Do stuff here

Using the @bio.profile() decorator with no arguments will simply print the output to stdout. Alternatively, you can provide the file location for the profiler output.

def my_functon():
    # Do stuff here

In the example shown above, the output will be written to both stdout and the given file location. If you would prefer not to write to stdout you can use the quiet=True option.

@bio.profile("/path/to/", quiet=True)
def my_functon():
    # Do stuff here

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import bio

with bio.profiler("/path/to/"):
    # Do stuff here



Bio uses tox for testing. To run the tests, simply do:


The configuration for tox can be found in the tox.ini file. Bio uses pytest as the preferred testing framework. Prior to running the tests, tox will execute an auto-formatting tool called black. After the tests have completed, tox will create the coverage badge (shown at the top of this page) using the coverage_badge tool.

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