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Library of Python utilities for PacBio Genomes Analysis

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PacBio Genome Analysis Python toolkit.


The code is available at PyPi, therefore you can install it with pip.

pip install pbga

Connect to PBGA database

The PBGA database is a H2 database, therefore primarily meant to be used with Java. We can connect to the database from Python, if:

  • Java is installed on the local machine
  • the local machine runs UNIX-like OS (sorry, Windows users)


from pbga import H2DbManager

with H2DbManager("path/to/", 
                 password="sa") as h2:
    with h2.get_connection() as conn:
        with conn.cursor() as cur:
            # do whatever you want
            for i, x in zip(range(5), cur.fetchall()):
                # print first 5 lines 

Use Jannovar VariantEffects

We can access values of Jannovar VariantEffect enum:

import pbga.effects as pe 

ve = pe.VARIANT_EFFECTS #  get tuple with all variant effects

p = pe.get_priority('MISSENSE_VARIANT') # returns 21

Quick setup of Python logging framework

Setting up of Python logging framework might be tedious. Here's a small helper function:

from pbga.utils import setup_logging

# set level to INFO, create a `main.log` file use nice log message format  


  • tested with python>=3.6.8

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