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Source code for galaxy.datatypes.hdf5

"""Composite datatype for the HDF5SummarizedExperiment R data object.

This datatype was created for use with the iSEE interactive tool.

from galaxy.datatypes.data import Data
from galaxy.datatypes.metadata import MetadataElement

[docs]class HDF5SummarizedExperiment(Data): """Composite datatype to represent HDF5SummarizedExperiment objects. A lightweight shell file `se.rds` is read into memory by R, and provides an interface to the much larger `assays.h5` files which contains the experiment data. Within R, the HDF5SummarizedExperiment object is conventionally referenced by the parent directory name of these two files. In Galaxy tool commands, the parent directory can be accessed through `param_name.extra_files_path`. """ MetadataElement( name="base_name", desc="SummarisedExperiment object name", default="HDF5 SE object", readonly=True, set_in_upload=True, ) file_ext = 'rdata.se' composite_type = 'auto_primary_file' allow_datatype_change = False
[docs] def __init__(self, **kwd): """Construct object from input files.""" Data.__init__(self, **kwd) self.add_composite_file( 'se.rds', is_binary=True, description="Summarized experiment RDS object", ) self.add_composite_file( 'assays.h5', is_binary=True, description="Summarized experiment data array", )
[docs] def init_meta(self, dataset, copy_from=None): """Override parent init metadata.""" Data.init_meta(self, dataset, copy_from=copy_from)
[docs] def generate_primary_file(self, dataset=None): """Generate primary file to represent dataset.""" return ( f''' <html> <head> <title> Files for Composite Dataset ({self.file_ext})</title> </head> <p/> This composite dataset is composed of the following files: </p> <ul> <li><a href="se.rds">se.rds</a> <li><a href="array.h5">array.h5</a> </ul> </html> ''' )
[docs] def sniff(self, filename): """Not sure whether this is necessary (or possible) with binaries.""" pass
[docs] def get_mime(self): """Return the mime type of the datatype.""" return 'text/html'