- Improvements to the organization and wording of various documentation pages.
- Added missing deprecation tags for
rearrangement_idin the Alignment schema.
merge_rearrangementin the airr python library so that it can handle a large number of files.
- Improved validation error handling in the airr python library.
Full Release Notes:
Version 1.3 of the AIRR Schema
- First official release of the Repertoire metadata schema.
- First official release of the AIRR Data Commons API specification.
- Expansion of schema field annotations.
- Extensions to the Rearrangement schema for multiple D regions.
- New experimental schema for clones, lineage trees, and cells.
Full Release Notes:
Fixed a bug in the python reference library causing start coordinate values to be empty in some cases when writing data.
Schema Release Notes
Definition change for the coordinate fields of the Rearrangement and Alignment schema. Coordinates are now defined as 1-based closed intervals, instead of 0-based half-open intervals (as previously defined in v1.1 of the schema).
Reference Library Release Notes
Several changes to the python and R reference library to support the new schema coordinate definition and improve validation. See the package release notes for details:
Initial official release of the AIRR Data Representation standards and associated python and R reference libraries.
This is the V1 release of the Standard for the Minimum information about an Adaptive Immune Receptor Repertoire Sequencing Experiment (MiAIRR V1).
Description of MiAIRR V1 can be found in this article:
- Rubelt, F. et al. Adaptive Immune Receptor Repertoire Community recommendations for sharing immune-repertoire sequencing data. Nat Immunol 18:1274-1278 (2017) [PMID:29144493]
Description of the Adaptive Immune Receptor Repertoire (AIRR) Community can be found in this article:
- Breden, F. et al. Reproducibility and Reuse of Adaptive Immune Receptor Repertoire Data. Frontiers Immunol 8:1418 (2017) [PMID:29163494]
The V1 release defines the primary data elements as the minimum information to be archived with an adaptive immune receptor repertoire sequencing experiment. The computational specifications, data file formats, and reference libraries are still being finalized and will be released in a later version.