[Biopython-dev] Reverse parsing

Jeffrey Chang jchang at SMI.Stanford.EDU
Thu Mar 29 23:31:15 EST 2001

Hi Sarah,

No, there's nothing like that in biopython, although there should be.  
This shounds like something that should go into SeqIO.  We should keep a
set of functions there that can output SeqRecord objects into a variety of
formats.  Please let me know if you want to write the code!  :)


On Fri, 30 Mar 2001, Sarah Kummerfeld wrote:

> I have just started using biopython (I'm doing a project on
> modelling the evolution of genes through intragenic duplication) 
> and was wondering whether there was already an elegant way to turn
> sequence objects or seqRecord objects back into one of the
> file formats like fasta?
> I know that it's not exactly a taxing job, but it seems like
> a logical addition that could be incorporated into either the 
> SeqRecord class itself or the parser. 
> Thanks,
> Sarah
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