Biopython for Windows (x64 bit) 1.80 freeware
Biopython for Windows x64 is a set of freely available tools for biological computation written in Python by an international team of developers.
It is a distributed collaborative effort to develop Python libraries and applications which address the needs of current and future work in bioinformatics. The source code is made available under the Biopython License, which is extremely liberal and compatible with almost every license ...
|OS||Windows Vista x64, Windows 7 x64, Windows 8 x64, Windows 10 x64, Windows 11|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||x64 python, Windows x64|
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|1.80||Nov 18, 2022||New Release|
|1.79||Jun 3, 2021||New Release|
|1.66||Nov 2, 2015||New Release||Further work on the Bio.KEGG and Bio.Graphics modules now allows drawing KGML
pathways with transparency.
The Bio.SeqIO "abi" parser now decodes almost all the documented fields used
by the ABIF instruments - including the individual color channels.
Bio.PDB now has a QCPSuperimposer module using the Quaternion Characteristic
Polynomial algorithm for superimposing structures. This is a fast alternative
to the existing SVDSuperimposer code using singular value decomposition.
Bio.Entrez now implements the NCBI Entrez Citation Matching function
(ECitMatch), which retrieves PubMed IDs (PMIDs) that correspond to a set of
input citation strings.
Bio.Entrez.parse(...) now supports NCBI XML files using XSD schemas, which
will be downloaded and cached like NCBI DTD files.
A subtle bug in how multi-part GenBank/EMBL locations on the reverse strand
were parsed into CompoundLocations was fixed: complement(join(...)) as used
by NCBI worked, but join(complement(...),complement(...),...)