[Biopython-dev] a tool which doesn't exist but could be useful

Iddo Friedberg idoerg at gmail.com
Sun Nov 2 16:46:51 UTC 2014

Welcome, and thanks for your willingness to contribute!

There are a bunch of parsers that need writing. I believe that a GFF
parser/ writer and GenBank <--> GFF converter are high on the list. Please
look to the wiki for what we have, what is neede, and the biopython "coding
culture". Also, wait for a few others to chime in with suggestions before
you start.

Thanks again!

Iddo Friedberg
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On Nov 2, 2014 11:34 AM, "integral susy" <integral299792458 at gmail.com>

> hello everyone,
> I'm transforming myself from pure programming into bioinformatic and I
> want to contribute to biopython by writing e.g. a parser that doesn't exist
> - let's say that's a part of my "learn by doing" strategy. Due to my lack
> of biology and biopython knowledge I'd like to ask you for a helpful hand
> in creating a goal for me.
> Thus, does anyone of more experienced biopython users could give me a good
> task?
> Thank you in advance
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