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Database Manager
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dbman - (biological) Database Manager
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This tool provide the preparation of Databases for several bioinformaticians tools.
The preparated databases can be used on the working computer or can be saved on the cloud Server(Amazon Web Service S3)
so that other computer can be able to download the data from there. It's also possible to delete some undesirable
databases on the working computer and/or in the Cloud.
This tool is a collection of scripts with a lean frontend to download, prepare
and distribute (biological sequence) databases.
Homology analyses with different tools require the reference databases to be
available locally and to be compiled for the respective tool. In distributed
environments, e.g. the cloud these compiled databases have to be made available
on all required computers. This tool helps with these steps: download,
prepare/compile for different tools and distribution via upload/download
to/from S3.
Supported Databases with associated tools:
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Install for user::
pip install git+https://git.computational.bio.uni-giessen.de/cfankep/psotdb.git
pip install git+https://git.computational.bio.uni-giessen.de/SOaAS/dbman.git
Install for developer::
Install for developers::
#checkout repository
git clone git+https://git.computational.bio.uni-giessen.de/cfankep/psotdb.git
git clone git@git.computational.bio.uni-giessen.de/SOaAS/dbman.git
#install
pip3 install -e .
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The standard directories(local and remote) can also be change with optional parameters.
(*) For upload, download and delete of the raw databank instead of 'example/tool' enter 'raw'.
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