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Simple python to lazily one-hot encode fasta files using multiple processes.

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Simple python to one-hot encode fasta files.

Installation

Simply run:

pip installed fasta_one_hot_encoder

Example

from fasta_one_hot_encoder import FastaOneHotEncoder
import numpy as np

encoder = FastaOneHotEncoder(
    nucleotides = "acgtn",
    lower = False
)
path = "test_data/my_test_fasta.fa"
encoded = encoder.transform(path, verbose=True)
np.save(path, encoded)

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