Quality Control (QC), Visualization/plotting, and postprocessing software for Illumina methylation array data. See https://life-epigenetics-methqc.readthedocs-hosted.com/en/latest/ for full documentation and examples.
methQC is a Python-based package for filtering and visualizing Illumina methylation array data. The focus is on quality control.
MethQC is designed to accept the output from the MethPype package.
It contains both high-level APIs for processing data from local files and low-level functionality allowing you to customize the flow of data and how it is processed.
This package is available in PyPi.
pip install methQC
How to use it
In general, the best way to import data is to use
methpype and run
run_pipeline(data_folder, betas=True), collect the beta_values.pkl file it returns/saves to disk, and load that in a Jupyter notebook with methQC. From there, each data transformation is a single line of code using Panadas DataFrames.
methQC will keep track of the data format/structures for you, and you can visualize the effect of each filter as you go. You can also export images of your charts for publication.
Refer to the Jupyter notebooks on readthedocs for examples of filtering probes from a batch of samples, removing outlier samples, and generating plots of data.
Parts of this package were ported from
R package, and extended/developed by the team at Life Epigenetics, who maintains it. You can write to
info@LifeEgx.com to give feedback, ask for help, or suggest improvements. For bugs, report issues on our github repo page.
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