A Python library for pretty-printing DNA and protein sequences using a monospace font
monoseq is a Python library for pretty-printing sequence strings using a monospace font. It also provides a simple command line interface.
Sequences are pretty-printed in the for DNA and proteins traditional way using blocks of letters where each line is prefixed with the sequence position. User-specified regions are highlighted using different formatting styles. The output format can be HTML or plaintext with optional styling using ANSI escape codes for use in a terminal.
>>> import monoseq >>> sequence = 'MIMANQPLWLDSEVEMNHYQQSHIKSKSPYFPEDKHICWIKIFKAFGT' * 4 >>> print monoseq.pprint_sequence(sequence, mode='plaintext') 1 MIMANQPLWL DSEVEMNHYQ QSHIKSKSPY FPEDKHICWI KIFKAFGTMI MANQPLWLDS 61 EVEMNHYQQS HIKSKSPYFP EDKHICWIKI FKAFGTMIMA NQPLWLDSEV EMNHYQQSHI 121 KSKSPYFPED KHICWIKIFK AFGTMIMANQ PLWLDSEVEM NHYQQSHIKS KSPYFPEDKH 181 ICWIKIFKAF GT
This screenshot shows the use of ANSI escape codes:
To install the latest release via PyPI using pip:
pip install monoseq
The latest documentation with user guide and API reference is hosted at Read The Docs.
You can also compile the documentation directly from the source code by running make html from the doc/ subdirectory. This requires Sphinx to be installed.
monoseq is licensed under the MIT License, see the LICENSE.rst file for details. See the AUTHORS.rst file for a list of authors.
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