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Bioinformatics pipelines for the Resolwe platform

Project Description

Bioinformatics pipelines for the Resolwe dataflow package for Django framework.

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Read about getting started and how to write processes in the documentation.

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Make sure you have Python (2.7 or 3.4+) installed on your system. If you don’t have it yet, follow these instructions.

Resolwe requires PostgreSQL (9.4+). Many Linux distributions already include the required version of PostgreSQL (e.g. Fedora 22+, Debian 8+, Ubuntu 15.04+) and you can simply install it via distribution’s package manager. Otherwise, follow these instructions.

Additionally, installing the psycopg2 dependency from PyPI will require having a C compiler (e.g. GCC) as well as Python and PostgreSQL development files installed on the system.


The preferred way to install the C compiler and Python and PostgreSQL development files is to use your distribution’s packages, if they exist. For example, on a Fedora/RHEL-based system, that would mean installing gcc, python-devel/python3-devel and postgresql-devel packages.

From PyPI

pip install --process-dependency-links resolwe-bio

From source

pip install --process-dependency-links<git-tree-ish>.tar.gz

where <git-tree-ish> can represent any commit SHA, branch name, tag name, etc. in Resolwe Bioinformatics’ GitHub repository. For example, to install the latest Resolwe Bioinformatics from the master branch, use:

pip install --process-dependency-links


We welcome new contributors. To learn more, read Contributing section of the documentation.

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