Rust-Bio, a bioinformatics library for Rust.
This library provides implementations of many algorithms and data structures that are useful for bioinformatics. All provided implementations are rigorously tested via continuous integration.
Please see the homepage for examples and documentation.
Currently, rust-bio provides
- most major pattern matching algorithms,
- a convenient alphabet implementation,
- pairwise alignment,
- suffix arrays,
- BWT and FM-Index,
- FMD-Index for finding supermaximal exact matches,
- a q-gram index,
- utilities to work with PSSMs,
- an orf research algorithm,
- a rank/select data structure,
- serde support for all data structures when built with
- FASTQ and FASTA and BED readers and writers,
- helper functions for combinatorics and dealing with log probabilities.
For reading and writing BAM and BCF files, have a look at https://github.com/christopher-schroeder/rust-htslib.
- Christopher Schröder
- Peer Aramillo Irizar
- Fedor Gusev
- Vadim Nazarov
- Brad Chapman
- Florian Gilcher
- Erik Clarke
- Rizky Luthfianto
- Adam Perry
- Taylor Cramer
- Andre Bogus
- Martin Larralde
- Philipp Angerer
- Pierre Marijon
- Franklin Delehelle
- Marcin Fatyga
- Patrick Marks
- Henning Timm
- Kieran Hervold
- Brett Bowman
- Jeff Knaggs
The next name in this list could be you! If you are interested in joining the effort to build a general purpose Rust bioinformatics library, just introduce yourself here, or issue a pull request with your first contribution.
Licensed under the MIT license http://opensource.org/licenses/MIT. This project may not be copied, modified, or distributed except according to those terms.
*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the Rust-Bio README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.