absee 1.0

absee has underwent a lot of structural changes.

First, it only retrieves the information you want instead of returning all traces and called bases.
Second, it’s a class now, so you can hold onto multiple sequencing data.
Third, it now has quality scores.

%irb
>> require ‘absee’
=> true
>> my_variable = ABSee.new()
=> #<ABSee:0x000001008599d0>
>> my_variable.read("/Users/Jenny/Desktop/my_sequence.ab1")
=> nil
>> my_variable.get_calledSequence()

Class Methods

  • read(file_location)
    • returns nil
  • get_traceA()
    • returns an array with the trace data for adenine
  • get_traceG()
    • returns an array with the trace data for guanine
  • get_traceC()
    • returns an array with the trace data for cytosine
  • get_traceT()
    • returns an array with the trace data for thymine
  • get_calledSequence()
    • returns an array with the Basecalled sequence
  • get_qualityScores()
    • returns an array with the Basecalled quality scores
  • get_peakIndexes()
    • returns an array with indexes of the called sequence in the trace

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