Python packaging for CPTAC data
This project is intended to facilitate accessing and interacting with cancer data from the National Cancer Institute CPTAC consortium, which characterizes and studies the proteogenomic landscape of tumors. These cancer studies are downloadable via our Python package as native dataframe objects and can therefore be integrated very quickly and easily with other Python-based data analysis tools. Follow our walkthrough tutorials for a demonstration of ways to use our system.
Setup instructions can be found in docs/setup.md.
Documentation and Tutorials
All documentation for the project is contained in the docs/ folder. This contains both tutorials - which are written to explain the data formats and conventions - and use cases - which are written to demonstrate exploring the data for biological discovery. All documentation is written in Python using the interactive Jupyter notebooks. If you are unfamiliar with Jupyter, follow the instructions given at jupyter.org/install. You will then be able to run our tutorials as interactive, exploratory data analyses.
This package is intended to run on Python 3.6 or greater with pandas version 0.25.0 or greater. In the tutorials, we use seaborn 0.9.0 for data visualization.
This package contains LICENSE.md document which describes the license for use. Please note the difference between the license as it applies to code versus data.
This package is maintained by the Payne lab at Brigham Young University, https://payne.byu.edu
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