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Source code for galaxy.datatypes.converters.interval_to_tabix_converter

#!/usr/bin/env python

Uses pysam to index a bgzipped interval file with tabix
Supported presets: bed, gff, vcf

usage: %prog in_file out_file
import optparse
import os
import sys

import pysam

[docs]def main(): # Read options, args. parser = optparse.OptionParser() parser.add_option("-c", "--chr-col", type="int", dest="chrom_col") parser.add_option("-s", "--start-col", type="int", dest="start_col") parser.add_option("-e", "--end-col", type="int", dest="end_col") parser.add_option("-P", "--preset", dest="preset") (options, args) = parser.parse_args() _, bgzip_fname, out_fname = args to_tabix( bgzip_fname=bgzip_fname, out_fname=out_fname, preset=options.preset, chrom_col=options.chrom_col, start_col=options.start_col, end_col=options.end_col, )
[docs]def to_tabix(bgzip_fname, out_fname, preset=None, chrom_col=None, start_col=None, end_col=None): # Create index. if preset: # Preset type. bgzip_fname = pysam.tabix_index( filename=bgzip_fname, preset=preset, keep_original=True, index=out_fname, force=True ) else: # For interval files; column indices are 0-based. bgzip_fname = pysam.tabix_index( filename=bgzip_fname, seq_col=(chrom_col - 1), start_col=(start_col - 1), end_col=(end_col - 1), keep_original=True, index=out_fname, force=True, ) if os.path.getsize(out_fname) == 0: sys.exit("The converted tabix index file is empty, meaning the input data is invalid.") return bgzip_fname
if __name__ == "__main__": main()