Working with wiggle tracks in Python
Working with wiggle tracks in Python.
Wiggelen is a Python library for working with wiggle tracks (WIG files). It also provides a command line interface to some of its functionality.
The main goal of Wiggelen is to provide light-weight and unified access to wiggle tracks.
>>> import wiggelen >>> for x in wiggelen.walk(open('test.wig')): ... print 'chr%s:%d\t%s' % x ... chr18:34344 629.0 chr18:34345 649.0 chr18:34446 657.0 chrM:308 520.0 chrM:309 519.0
The Wiggelen source code is hosted on GitHub. Supported Python versions for running Wiggelen are 2.6, 2.7, 3.2, 3.3, and PyPy (unit tests are run automatically on these platforms using the Travis CI service).
Wiggelen can be installed either via the Python Package Index (PyPi) or from the source code.
Latest release via PyPi
To install the latest release via PyPi using pip:
pip install wiggelen
You can also clone and use the latest development version directly from the GitHub repository:
git clone https://github.com/martijnvermaat/wiggelen.git cd wiggelen python setup.py install
The latest documentation including a user’s 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.
Wiggelen is licensed under the MIT License, see the LICENSE file for details. See the AUTHORS file for a list of authors.
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