aimap

aimap provides a package and script for finding the modification from Adenosine to inosine (A to I).


Keywords
sequence, analysis
License
MIT
Install
pip install aimap==1.0.5

Documentation

README.md (aimap)

Overview

aimap is a Python3 module that provides support for finding the modification from Adenosine to inosine (A to I). This is a one-step automated A to I modification analysis pipeline (AIMAP) for bacteria that works on illumine RNA-seq raw reads. The pipeline integrates reads quality control, adaptor removal, reference genome mapping, coverage pileup and synonymous-nonsynonymous annotation.

aimap installs one scripts into the $PATH:

  • Adenosine_to_inosine.py that enables command-line A to I analysis.

Installation

The easiest way to install aimap is to use pip3:

pip3 install aimap

DEPENDENCIES

Note that Python package dependencies should automatically be installed

Python packages dependencies

Other tools

Note that you can find the full install instruction in install file.

Running aimap

The Adenosine_to_inosine.py script - installed as part of this package - enables straightforward ANI analysis at the command-line, and uses the aimap module behind the scenes.

You can get a summary of available command-line options with Adenosine_to_inosine.py -h

$ Adenosine_to_inosine.py -h
usage: Adenosine_to_inosine.py [-h] [--version] -o OUTDIRNAME -g GENOMENAME -a ANNOTATION
                --outfile_name OUTFILE_NAME [-l LENGTH] [-f FILENAME]
                [-f1 FILENAME1] [-f2 FILENAME2] [-m {single,paired}]
                [-t THREADS] [--logfile LOGFILE]
                [--editing_level EDITING_LEVEL] [--coverage COVERAGE]

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For example you may type:

Adenosine_to_inosine.py -o /path/to/result -g /path/to/genome/file -a /path/to/annotation/file --outfile_name sample_name -f1 /path/to/r1.fastq -f2 /path/to/r2.fastq -m paired -t 4

Result

At last, you will get a result file, it will be separated by “\t”. You can see the test_result for more information.

Licensing

Unless otherwise indicated, all code is subject to the following agreement:

(c) Agriculture and Biology 2018, 2019
Author: Sai Wang

Contact: skyws@outlook.com

Address: 
Sai Wang,
Agriculture and Biology,
Shanghai Jiao Tong University,
ShangHai,
CN

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