A a tool to annotate phage genomes
PHANOTATE is a tool to annotate phage genomes. It uses the assumption that non-coding bases in a phage genome is disadvantageous, and then populates a weighted graph to find the optimal path through the six frames of the DNA where open reading frames are beneficial paths, while gaps and overlaps are penalized paths.
pip3 install phanotate
git clone https://github.com/deprekate/PHANOTATE.git cd PHANOTATE python3 setup.py install
Run on included sample data:
Output is the predicted ORFs, and should look like
125 187 + 191 736 + 741 2636 + 2633 2839 + 2836 4437 + 4319 5737 + ...
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