Python for Bioinformatics

If you are interested in using Python for Bioinformatics, you might want to check out my new book which provides a comprehensive set of practical recipes in Python covering topics such as: Next-Generation Sequencing, Genomics, Population Genetics, Phylogenetics, Proteomics plus advanced Python tips related to high-performance computing or interacting with R from Python.

The book has a github repository.

Need Lositan help?
Do not email, please use biostars and tag with lositan

Two choices!

You have few individuals, few populations, few markers?

Use this version (most users want this)



You have truckloads of data?

READ THIS CAREFULLY
  1. In this case you will need a 64 bit machine with 4GB memory
  2. Maximum number of markers: 90,000 (Windows/Linux), 50,000 (Mac)
  3. On Windows? The default Java is 32-bit, you might have to update to the 64-bit version of Java.

Use this version