Such an alignment can be regarded as a matrix of letters, where each row is held as a SeqRecord object internally. We will introduce the MultipleSeqAlignment object which holds this kind of data, and the Bio. AlignIO module for reading and writing them as various file formats following the design of the Bio.
I thought that it would be more efficient to make a code to generate the logo-trees automatically, as I would have to make a lot of them. The first idea that I came up with was to see whether the functions used to build the tree had an argument to replace the branch tip labels or to remove them, which I couldn't find.
Therefore, I removed the branch tip labels by setting their font size to 0: Phylo import draw from Bio import Phylo, AlignIO import subprocess import matplotlib import matplotlib. Since I don't know how to get the y coordinates of the branches to add the logos one by one, I built a column of logos with matplotlib, that I intended then to paste on the tree in python.
The code to build the column of logos is the following: My first idea was to use the library svgutils which seemed to be easy to handle, with the following code: And I couldn't find a way to crop the column of logos with svgutils.
I tried the module Image from PIL package to build a tree of logos from. There may be a way to do what I'm aiming for with matplotlib which would be to stack 2 files. Does anyone know what the best solution is to make a tree of logos as in the following image which I could only build manually with inkscape with python libraries, allowing to automate the process without having to adapt the code depending on the number of branches?
Following is a subset of "MotifSeqAligned.Introduction to SeqIO. Note that the inclusion of benjaminpohle.com (and benjaminpohle.comO) in Biopython does lead to some duplication or choice in how to deal with some file formats.
Note that when using benjaminpohle.com to write sequences to an alignment file format, all the (gapped) sequences should be the same length.
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Having recently constructed a lot of phylogenetic trees with the module TreeConstruction from Phylo package from Biopython, I've been asked to replace the branch tip labels by the corresponding seq. Write an inequality for each graph.
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