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Accessing GenomicRDD join functions in python #1728

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akmorrow13 opened this Issue Sep 15, 2017 · 2 comments

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akmorrow13 commented Sep 15, 2017

I would like to be able to access join functionality in adam-python. Would the best way to do this be to create a wrapper accessing the GenomicRDD joins or do something new with SparkSQL? Any thoughts?

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fnothaft commented Sep 17, 2017

You'll need both. Specifically, you'll need a wrapper around the region join for python (easy) and you'll need an implementation of GenericGenomicRDD that extends GenomicDataset (hard). Let's chat about this on Monday.

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heuermh commented Jan 9, 2018

@fnothaft push to 0.25.0?

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