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#!/usr/bin/perl
=head1 NAME
bp_classify_hits_kingdom - classify BLAST hits by taxonomic kingdom
=head2 USAGE
bp_classify_hits_kingdom [-i tab_file] [-i second_BLAST_file] [-e evalue_cutoff]
[-t dir_where_TAXONOMY_files_are] [-g gi2taxid]
[-z PATH_TO_zcat] [-v]
=head2 DESCRIPTION
Will print out the taxonomic distribution (at the kingdom level) for a
set of hits against the NR database. By default, this script assumes you
did a search against the protein database (gi_taxid_nuc.dump file).
This expects BLAST files in tabbed -m9 or -m8 format. Output with -m
8 or use blast2table.pl to convert (or fastam9_to_table.PLS if using
FASTA).
Input values:
-t/--taxonomy Directory where the taxonomy .dmp files are (from NCBI)
-g/--gi File path of the gi2taxid file (gi_taxid_prot.dmp for proteins
or gi_taxid_nucl.dmp if the search was against a nucleid database)
-i/--in The name of the tab delimited -m8/-m9 output files to process
-e/--evalue Provide an E-value cutoff for hits to be considered
-z/--zcat Path to the 'zcat' executable, can also be 'gunzip -c'
if no zcat on your system.
Flags:
-v/--verbose To turn on verbose messages
-h/--help Display this helpful information
This is intended to be useful starting script, but users may want to
customize the output and parameters. Note that I am summarizing the
kingdoms here and Eukaryota not falling into Metazoa, Viridiplantae, or
Fungi gets grouped into the general superkingdom Eukaryota for simplicity.
There are comments in the code directing you to where changes can be made
if you wanted to display hits by phylum for example. Note that you must
wipe out the cache file 'gi2class' that is created in your directory after
making these changes.
=head2 AUTHOR
Jason Stajich jason_at_bioperl_dot_org
=cut
use strict;
use warnings;
use Bio::DB::Taxonomy;
use DBI;
use Env;
use File::Spec;
use vars qw($SEP);
my $DEBUG = 0;
use Getopt::Long;
$SEP = '_';
my $evalue_filter = 1e-3;
my @files;
my $zcat = 'zcat'; # or gunzip -c
my $prefix = File::Spec->catfile($HOME,'taxonomy');
my $gi2taxidfile = "$prefix/gi_taxid_prot.dmp.gz";
my $force = 0; # don't use the cached gi2taxid file
GetOptions(
'v|verbose|debug' => \$DEBUG,
'force!' => \$force,
'z|zcat:s' => \$zcat,
'i|in:s' => \@files,
'e|evalue:f' => \$evalue_filter,
't|taxonomy:s' => \$prefix,
'g|gi|gi2taxid:s' => \$gi2taxidfile,
'h|help' => sub { system('perldoc', $0); exit },
);
# insure idx location is created
mkdir(File::Spec->catfile($prefix,'idx'))
unless -d File::Spec->catfile($prefix,'idx');
# these files came from ftp://ftp.ncbi.nih.gov/pub/taxonomy
my $taxdb = Bio::DB::Taxonomy->new
(-source => 'flatfile',
-directory => File::Spec->catfile
($prefix, 'idx'),
-nodesfile => File::Spec->catfile($prefix,'nodes.dmp'),
-namesfile => File::Spec->catfile($prefix,'names.dmp')
);
my %query;
my (%taxid4gi,%gi2node);
my $dbh = tie(%gi2node, 'DB_File', 'gi2class');
my $giidxfile = File::Spec->catfile($prefix,'idx','gi2taxid');
my $done = -f $giidxfile;
$done = 0 if $force;
my $dbh2 = $dbh = DBI->connect("dbi:SQLite:dbname=$giidxfile","","");
if( ! $done ) {
$dbh2->do("CREATE TABLE gi2taxid ( gi integer PRIMARY KEY,
taxid integer NOT NULL)");
$dbh2->{AutoCommit} = 0;
my $fh;
# this file came from ftp://ftp.ncbi.nih.gov/pub/taxonomy
# I'm interested in protein hits therefor _prot file.
if (not -f $gi2taxidfile) {
die "Error: File $gi2taxidfile does not exist\n";
}
if( $gi2taxidfile =~ /\.gz$/ ) {
open($fh, "$zcat $gi2taxidfile |" ) || die "$zcat $gi2taxidfile: $!";
} else {
open($fh, $gi2taxidfile ) || die "Error: could not read file $gi2taxidfile: $!";
}
my $i = 0;
my $sth = $dbh2->prepare("INSERT INTO gi2taxid (gi,taxid) VALUES (?,?)");
while(<$fh>) {
my ($gi,$taxid) = split;
$sth->execute($gi,$taxid);
$i++;
if( $i % 500000 == 0 ) {
$dbh->commit;
warn("$i\n") if $DEBUG;
}
}
$dbh->commit;
$sth->finish;
}
for my $file ( @files ) {
warn("$file\n");
my $gz;
if( $file =~ /\.gz$/) {
$gz = 1;
}
my ($spname) = split(/\./,$file);
my ($fh,$i);
if( $gz ) {
open($fh, "$zcat $file |") || die "$zcat $file: $!";
} else {
open($fh, $file) || die "$file: $!";
}
my $sth = $dbh->prepare("SELECT taxid from gi2taxid WHERE gi=?");
while(<$fh>) {
next if /^\#/;
my ($qname,$hname,$pid,$qaln,$mismatch,$gaps,
$qstart,$qend,$hstart,$hend,
$evalue,$bits,$score) = split(/\t/,$_);
next if( $evalue > $evalue_filter );
if( ! exists $query{$spname}->{$qname} ) {
$query{$spname}->{$qname} = {};
}
if( $hname =~ /gi\|(\d+)/) {
my $gi = $1;
if( ! $gi2node{$gi} ){ # see if we cached the results from before
$sth->execute($gi);
my $taxid;
$sth->bind_columns(\$taxid);
if( ! $sth->fetch ) {
warn("no taxid for $gi\n");
next;
}
my $node = $taxdb->get_Taxonomy_Node($taxid);
if( ! $node ) {
warn("cannot find node for gi=$gi ($hname) (taxid=$taxid)\n");
next;
}
my $parent = $taxdb->get_Taxonomy_Node($node->parent_id);
# THIS IS WHERE THE KINGDOM DECISION IS MADE
# DON'T FORGET TO WIPE OUT YOUR CACHE FILE
# gi2class after you make changes here
while( defined $parent && $parent->node_name ne 'root' ) {
# this is walking up the taxonomy hierarchy
# can be a little slow, but works...
#warn( "\t",$parent->rank, " ", $parent->node_name, "\n");
# deal with Eubacteria, Archea separate from
# Metazoa, Fungi, Viriplantae differently
# (everything else Eukaryotic goes in Eukaryota)
if( $parent->rank eq 'kingdom') {
# caching in ...
($gi2node{$gi}) = $parent->node_name;
last;
} elsif( $parent->rank eq 'superkingdom' ) {
# caching in ...
($gi2node{$gi}) = $parent->node_name;
$gi2node{$gi} =~ s/ \<(bacteria|archaea)\>//g;
last;
}
$parent = $taxdb->get_Taxonomy_Node($parent->parent_id);
}
}
my ($kingdom) = $gi2node{$gi};
#warn("$gi2node{$gi}\n");
unless( defined $kingdom && length($kingdom) ) {
#warn("no kingdom for $hname\n");
} else {
$query{$spname}->{$qname}->{$kingdom}++;
}
} else {
warn("no GI in $hname\n");
}
}
last if ( $DEBUG && $i++ > 10000);
$sth->finish;
}
# print out the taxonomic distribution
while( my ($sp,$d) = each %query ) {
my $total = scalar keys %$d;
print "$sp total=$total\n";
my %seen;
for my $v ( values %$d ) {
my $tag = join(",",sort keys %$v );
$seen{$tag}++;
}
for my $t ( sort { $seen{$a} <=> $seen{$b} } keys %seen ) {
printf " %-20s\t%d\t%.2f%%\n",
$t,$seen{$t}, 100 * $seen{$t} / $total;
}
print "\n\n";
}
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