Tool for identifying transposon insertions from targeted DNA-sequencing data.
PyIM (Python Insertional Mutagenesis) is a python package for analyzing insertional mutagenesis data from targeted sequencing of transposon insertion sites. The package provides several command line tools for identifying insertions, calling common insertion sites (CISs) and annotating insertions/CISs directly from the command line. It also aims to provides the basic building blocks for implementing new pipelines, CIS callers, etc.
PyIM’s documentation is available at jrderuiter.github.io/pyim.
This software is released under the MIT license.
- Updated documentation for PyPI.
- Refactored pipeline structure.
- Added ShearSplink and Nextera pipelines.
- Initial release.
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