Question: python dynamic output for biological sequences
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andynkili10 wrote:

My goal is to output Coding DNA Sequences (CDSs) from different (but closely related) whole genomes sequences in a dynamic way.
I have a variable number of genome sequences and their related CDSs (with their names, positions, and also their differences (SNPs) for common CDSs across different genomes ).
I would like to draw the CDS per genomes on a single line as boxes (or arrows for reading frame issue ) with their names inside. So far i managed to do it using SeqFeature and Graphics from biopython (here is my result) but the output can only be saved in non-interactive format (jpeg, pdf, ...). The dynamic part of the output would allow to add further details on each CDS:

  • mousing over them would print more information (size, sequence in protein, SNPs)
  • clicking would allow to download the sequences

I don't have a clue on how produce an interactive output able to display those information. Could someone give some hints about achieving such results? Any python librairies? Any other tools?

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ADD COMMENTlink written 4 weeks ago by andynkili10

SVG graph may provides simple interaction.

ADD REPLYlink written 4 weeks ago by shenwei3563.4k

You could try using something like D3 which has python implementations to make interactive graphs etc. Here's an online guide.

A friend of mine wrote BRIG in java, and then a fan of the software who wanted interactive outputs reimplemented it via D3.

ADD REPLYlink written 4 weeks ago by jrj.healey2.6k

I think you can easily do this with R/shiny. See for a simple related example

ADD REPLYlink written 4 weeks ago by Asaf4.5k
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