Biopython: Python tools for computational biology

@article{Chapman2000BiopythonPT,
  title={Biopython: Python tools for computational biology},
  author={Brad A. Chapman and Jeffrey Chang},
  journal={ACM Sigbio Newsletter},
  year={2000},
  volume={20},
  pages={15-19}
}
The Biopython project was formed in August 1999 as a collaboration to collect and produce open source bioinformatics tools written in Python, an object-oriented scripting language. It is modeled on the highly successful Bioperl project, but has the goal of making libraries available for people doing computations in Python. The philosophy of all the Bio* projects is that part of bioinformaticists' work involves software development. In order to prevent repeated efforts we believe that the field… Expand
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