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A Python library for reading and writing PacBio® data files
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The pbcore package provides Python APIs for interacting with PacBio data files and writing bioinformatics applications.

Availability

Latest version can be installed via bioconda package pbcore.

Please refer to our official pbbioconda page for information on Installation, Support, License, Copyright, and Disclaimer.

Documentation:

http://pacificbiosciences.github.io/pbcore/

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