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Mastering Python Data Visualization by Kirthi Raman

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A genetic programming example

CnvKit is also available, but it is a CLI and not easy to use. In addition to this, PyCogent, which was developed by researchers at NCBI from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), is a useful tool. However, they are not easy to use. We will use a package called Bio (https://github.com/biopython/biopython/tree/master/Bio) and libraries from Python programming for biology.

In general, every experiment, research project, or study has sequence as the key object that is used in bioinformatics. As a mathematician, my visual thought of a sequence relates to a string with certain patterns (such as ATAGCATATGCT). To begin with, here is a simple example that shows a sequence, GC ratio, and codons:

from Bio.Seq import Seq from ...

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