Biopython Tutorial and Cookbook (Jeff Chang, et al)

 
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Biopython Tutorial and Cookbook (Jeff Chang, et al)

A multinational team of developers created a collection of free tools known as Biopython for biological computation. This book offers detailed documentation on a number of modules in addition to information to get you started with Biopython.

The Biopython Project is an international organization of creators of open-source Python tools for computational molecular biology (http://www.python.org). Python is a flexible, object-oriented, and interpretive language that is becoming increasingly well-liked for scientific computing. Python is easy to learn, has an obvious syntax, and can easily be extended with modules written in C, C++, or FORTRAN.

Developers of Python-based software for bioinformatics use and study have access to modules, scripts, and web links through the Biopython website (http://www.biopython.org). Biopython aims to make using Python for bioinformatics as simple as feasible by developing high-quality, reusable modules and classes. Parsers for various B are included in Biopython features.

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