Volume 21 No 2 (2023)
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A survey of the most recent Python packages for use in biology
Yasmin Makki Mohialden, Nadia Mahmood Hussien, Liqaa Shaker Kadhim Al-Timimi, Noor Jameel Mousa, Riam sabah abbood, Itidal Saad Mohammed
Over the previous decade, libraries, object orientation, software architecture, and visual programming have emerged. Software reuse is these technologies' goal. Despite several notable advances in disciplines like library design and a diversity of types being used in various situations, there are still many areas in which substantial work awaits. This study examines the specifications of the most important Python libraries for biological applications released in the past two years. Through the references of several 2022–2023 research publications, this study found various open-source and free Python libraries for free apps. The installation platform, general descriptors, exact specs, library link, and application fields were compared
Python packages, bioinformatics, Matplotlib , Gget, Biopython, bioPAX, Biopython.
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