biofasta-0.0.2: Library for reading fasta sequence files

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This module incorporates functionality for reading and writing sequence data in the Fasta format. Each sequence consists of a header (with a > prefix) and a set of lines containing the sequence data.

As Fasta is used for both amino acids and nucleotides, the resulting Sequences are type-tagged with Unknown. If you know the type of sequence you are reading, use castToAmino or castToNuc.



Reading and writing plain FASTA files

readFasta :: FilePath -> IO [Sequence]Source

Lazily read sequences from a FASTA-formatted file

writeFasta :: FilePath -> [Sequence] -> IO ()Source

Write sequences to a FASTA-formatted file. Line length is 60.

hReadFasta :: Handle -> IO [Sequence]Source

Lazily read sequence from handle

hWriteFasta :: Handle -> [Sequence] -> IO ()Source

Write sequences in FASTA format to a handle.

Counting sequences in a FASTA file

Helper function for reading your own sequences

mkSeqs :: [ByteString] -> [Sequence]Source

Convert a list of FASTA-formatted lines into a list of sequences. Blank lines are ignored. Comment lines start with are allowed between sequences (and ignored). Lines starting with > initiate a new sequence.