Tidy Processing and Analysis of Biological Sequences

A tidy approach to analysis of biological sequences. All processing and data-storage functions are heavily optimized to allow the fastest and most efficient data storage.


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install.packages("tidysq")

1.1.2-1 by Dominik Rafacz, 2 months ago


https://github.com/BioGenies/tidysq


Report a bug at https://github.com/BioGenies/tidysq/issues


Browse source code at https://github.com/cran/tidysq


Authors: Dominik Rafacz [cre, aut] , Michal Burdukiewicz [aut] , Mateusz Bakala [aut] , Leon Eyrich Jessen [ctb] , Stefan Roediger [ctb] , Jadwiga Slowik [ctb] , Weronika Puchala [ctb] , Katarzyna Sidorczuk [ctb] , Filip Pietluch [ctb] , Jaroslaw Chilimoniuk [ctb]


Documentation:   PDF Manual  


GPL (>= 2) license


Imports checkmate, cli, crayon, dplyr, pillar, Rcpp, tibble, vctrs

Suggests ape, bioseq, Biostrings, covr, knitr, lifecycle, purrr, seqinr, spelling, rmarkdown, testthat, withr, rlang, mockr

Linking to Rcpp, testthat

System requirements: GNU make, C++17


See at CRAN