mmtfPyspark is a python package that provides APIs and sample applications for distributed analysis and scalable mining of 3D biomacromolecular structures, such as the Protein Data Bank (PDB) archive. mmtfPyspark uses Big Data technologies to enable high-performance parallel processing of macromolecular structures. mmtfPyspark use the following technology stack:
- Apache Spark a fast and general engine for large-scale distributed data processing.
- MMTF the Macromolecular Transmission Format for compact data storage, transmission and high-performance parsing
- Hadoop Sequence File a Big Data file format for parallel I/O
- Apache Parquet a columnar data format to store dataframes
This project is under development.
The Jupyter Notebooks in this repository can be run in your web browser using two freely available servers: Binder and CyVerse/VICE. Click on the buttons below to launch Jupyter Lab. It may take several minutes for Jupyter Lab to launch.
Navigate to the demos directory to run any of the example notebooks.
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The new VICE (Visual Interactive Computing Environment) in the CyVerse Discovery Environment enables users to run Jupyter Lab in a production environment. To use VICE, sign up for a free CyVerse account.
The VICE environment supports large-scale analyses. Users can upload and download files, and save and share results of their analyses in their user accounts (up to 100GB of data). The environment is preloaded with a local copy of the entire Protein Data Bank (~148,000 structures).
We strongly recommend that you have anaconda and we require at least python 3.8 installed. To check your python version:
Since mmtfPyspark uses parallel computing to ensure high-performance, it requires additional dependencies such as Apache Spark. Therefore, please read follow the installation instructions for your OS carefully:
This project uses the PDB archive in the form of MMTF Hadoop Sequence File. The files can be downloaded by:
curl -O https://mmtf.rcsb.org/v1.0/hadoopfiles/full.tar tar -xvf full.tar curl -O https://mmtf.rcsb.org/v1.0/hadoopfiles/reduced.tar tar -xvf reduced.tar
For Mac and Linux, the Hadoop sequence files can be downloaded and saved as environmental variables by running the following command:
curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/sbl-sdsc/mmtf-pyspark/master/bin/download_mmtf_files.sh -o download_mmtf_files.sh . ./download_mmtf_files.sh
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The MMTF project (Compressive Structural BioInformatics: High Efficiency 3D Structure Compression) is supported by the National Cancer Institute of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number U01CA198942. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.
The CyVerse project is supported by the National Science Foundation under Award Numbers DBI-0735191, DBI-1265383, and DBI-1743442. URL: www.cyverse.org