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       python-mzml - mzML mass spectrometric data parsing


       This  manual  page  documents  briefly  the  python-mzml  package  that
       packages the pymzML Python extension.

       pymzML is an extension to Python that offers:

       - easy access to mass spectrometry (MS)  data  that  allows  the  rapid
           development of tools;

       -  a  very fast parser for mzML data, the standard in mass spectrometry
       data format;

       - a set of functions to compare or handle spectra.

       pymzML requires Python2.6.5+ and is fully compatible with Python3.  The
       module  is  freely  available  on or pypi, published
       under LGPL and requires no additional modules to be installed.

       The  documentation  of  this  Python  extension  is  packaged  in   the
       python-mzml-doc package.


       A  number of useful examples are shipped within the python-mzml package
       and  can  be  found  at  /usr/share/doc/python-mzml/example_scripts.  A
       number   of   the   examples   make   use  of  functions  contained  in via an  import  of  that  file's  contents.  It  is
       suggested to copy this directory to a temporary place and to run python
       from inside that new directory so as to gain  access  to  the  features
       contained  in  that  file through an import (which
       would not work otherwise).


       Bald, T., Barth, J., Niehues, A., Specht, M., Hippler, M., and Fufezan,
       C.  (2012) pymzML - Python module for high throughput bioinformatics on
       mass    spectrometry     data.     Bioinformatics,     UK,28:1052-1053.




       This  manual  page was written by Filippo Rusconi <>.
       Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify  this  document
       under  the terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 3 (GPL-3+),
       published by the Free Software Foundation.

        On a Debian system the complete text of the GNU General Public License
       version 3 can be found in the file `/usr/share/common-licenses/GPL-3'.

                                 October 2012                   PYTHON-MZML(7)

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