We use Python for almost all our projects. It is a very
powerful yet easy to learn language that both software developers and
scientists enjoy using. See python.org
for more details about the language.
Software for computational chemistry and biology
A rapid application development library for Python
based on the Daylight chemical informatics toolkits. Researchers
enjoy it because it lets them implement and test new chemical
algorithms in less than half the time of traditional methods.
Biopython is an international collaboration to collect
and produce open source bioinformatics tools written in the Python
Martel lets you work with existing flat-file bioinformatics
formats as if they are already in XML. It is the core parsing
framework for our products and for Biopython because it simplifies
and standardizes how to access all the data in a file.
A library which uses NCBI's EUtils network interface to
query GenBank, PubMed and other databases.
The Biopython flat-file indexing system
Other libraries and scripts
Seek to the start of a file stream even when the underlying
file does not support reseeking.
Dictionary-like objects where the keys may have multiple values.
Make a mapping from sre's parse tree back to the original
A Python library for generating RSS 2.0 feeds.
A Python wrapper to the Judy sparse dynamic array library.
a grammar for the Python language written in Python for PLY