Commit e67ec0ef authored by jlopez's avatar jlopez
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Add export bioinfotools

parent b2d566e5
......@@ -86,5 +86,32 @@ getInstallToolPackageBioContainer <- function(tool, containerType) {
}
getInstallToolEnvBioContainer <- function(tool, containerType) {
data <- allBIOCONTAINER
size <- length(data)
intalls <- ""
for (tools in data) {
splitB <- strsplit(tool, "%")
name <- splitB[[1]][1]
version <- splitB[[1]][2]
if(tools$name == name) {
if(tools$version == version) {
if(is.null(tools$env)) {
return (FALSE)
} else {
return(tools$env)
}
}
}
}
return (FALSE)
}
......@@ -15,7 +15,7 @@ containers: [
,{ name: "cava", version: "1.1.1", description: "lightweight, fast and flexible NGS variant annotation tool", documentation: "http://www.well.ox.ac.uk/cava", install: [] }
,{ name: "clustal-omega", version: "1.2.1-1", description: "general purpose multiple sequence alignment program for proteins", documentation: "http://www.clustal.org/omega/#Documentation", install: ["apt-get install clustalo"] }
,{ name: "comet", version: "1.1.0", description: "an open source tandem mass spectrometry sequence database search tool", documentation: "http://comet-ms.sourceforge.net/parameters/parameters_2016010/", install: ["conda install -c auto comet=1.1.0"] }
,{ name: "cross-species-scaffolding", version: "0.1", description: "Generate in silico mate-pair reads from single-/paired-end reads of your organism of interest", documentation: "https://github.com/thackl/cross-species-scaffolding", install: ["cd /opt/biotools; rm -rf cross-species-scaffolding; git clone https://github.com/thackl/cross-species-scaffolding.git ; apt-get -y install samtools; cd cross-species-scaffolding; mkdir samples; make dependencies;"], env: "export PATH='/opt/biotools/cross-species-scaffolding/bin':$PATH" }
,{ name: "cross-species-scaffolding", version: "0.1", description: "Generate in silico mate-pair reads from single-/paired-end reads of your organism of interest", documentation: "https://github.com/thackl/cross-species-scaffolding", install: ["cd /opt/biotools; rm -rf cross-species-scaffolding; git clone https://github.com/thackl/cross-species-scaffolding.git ; apt-get -y install samtools; cd cross-species-scaffolding; mkdir samples; make dependencies;"], env: "export PATH=/opt/biotools/cross-species-scaffolding/bin:$PATH" }
,{ name: "crux", version: "2.1", description: "a software toolkit for tandem mass spectrometry analysis", documentation: "http://cruxtoolkit.sourceforge.net/", install: [] }
,{ name: "denovogui", version: "1.10.4", description: "graphical user interface for de novo sequencing of tandem mass spectra", documentation: "https://github.com/compomics/denovogui", install: [] }
,{ name: "denovogui", version: "1.5.2", description: "graphical user interface for de novo sequencing of tandem mass spectra", documentation: "https://github.com/compomics/denovogui", install: [] }
......@@ -30,7 +30,7 @@ containers: [
,{ name: "frc_align", version: "20150723", description: "Computes FRC from SAM/BAM file and not from afg files", documentation: "https://github.com/jts/frc_courve", install: [] }
,{ name: "gapcloser", version: "1.12", description: "A novel short-read assembly method that can build a de novo draft assembly for the human-sized genomes", documentation: "http://soap.genomics.org.cn/gapcloser.html", install: ["conda install soapdenovo2-gapcloser=1.12"] }
,{ name: "gatk", version: "3.8", description: "The full Genome Analysis Toolkit (GATK) framework, license restricted.", documentation: "", install: ["conda install gatk=3.8"] }
,{ name: "gatk4", version: "4.0", description: "The full Genome Analysis Toolkit (GATK) framework, license restricted.", documentation: "", install: ["cd /opt/biotools; apt-get install -y openjdk-8-jdk; wget https://github.com/broadinstitute/gatk/releases/download/4.0.5.1/gatk-4.0.5.1.zip;unzip gatk-4.0.5.1.zip;Rscript -e ' dependencies = c("getopt", "optparse","data.table","ggplot2","gplots","gsalib"); install.packages(dependencies)';"], env: "export PATH='$PATH':$PWD/gatk-4.0.5.1" }
,{ name: "gatk4", version: "4.0", description: "The full Genome Analysis Toolkit (GATK) framework, license restricted.", documentation: "", install: ["conda install -c bioconda gatk4"] }
,{ name: "gcta", version: "1.24.7", description: "", documentation: "", install: ["conda install -c biobuilds gcta=1.26.0"] }
,{ name: "htslib", version: "1.8", description: "", documentation: "", install: ["conda install htslib=1.8"] }
,{ name: "jbrowse", version: "1.12.1", description: "", documentation: "", install: ["conda install jbrowse=1.12.1"] }
......@@ -63,7 +63,7 @@ containers: [
,{ name: "soapec", version: "2.03", description: "A correction tool for SOAPdenovo", documentation: "http://soap.genomics.org.cn/soapdenovo.html", install: ["conda install soapec=2.03"] }
,{ name: "spades", version: "3.11.1", description: "Tools (written in C using htslib) for manipulating next-generation sequencing data", documentation: "http://bioinf.spbau.ru/spades", install: ["conda install spades=3.11.1"] }
,{ name: "spectra-cluster-cli", version: "1.0.1", description: "PRIDE Cluster algorithm to cluster heterogeneous mass spectra", documentation: "https://github.com/spectra-cluster/spectra-cluster-cli", install: ["conda install spectra-cluster-cli=1.0.1"] }
,{ name: "sra-tools", version: "latest", description: "", documentation: "", installation: ["cd /opt/biotools; wget --output-document sratoolkit.tar.gz http://ftp-trace.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sra/sdk/current/sratoolkit.current-ubuntu64.tar.gz; tar -vxzf sratoolkit.tar.gz; rm sratoolkit.tar.gz; mv sratoolkit.*-ubuntu64 sratoolkit"], env: "export PATH='$PATH':$PWD/sratoolkit/bin"] }
,{ name: "sra-tools", version: "latest", description: "", documentation: "", installation: ["cd /opt/biotools; wget --output-document sratoolkit.tar.gz http://ftp-trace.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sra/sdk/current/sratoolkit.current-ubuntu64.tar.gz; tar -vxzf sratoolkit.tar.gz; rm sratoolkit.tar.gz; mv sratoolkit.*-ubuntu64 sratoolkit"], env: "export PATH=$PATH:$PWD/sratoolkit/bin" }
,{ name: "stacks", version: "1.44", description: "Stacks was developed to work with restriction enzyme-based data, such as RAD-seq, for the purpose of building genetic maps and conducting population", documentation: "http://catchenlab.life.illinois.edu/stacks/", install: ["conda install stacks=1.44"] }
,{ name: "stacks", version: "2.0", description: "Stacks was developed to work with restriction enzyme-based data, such as RAD-seq, for the purpose of building genetic maps and conducting population", documentation: "http://catchenlab.life.illinois.edu/stacks/", install: ["wget http://catchenlab.life.illinois.edu/stacks/source/stacks-2.0.tar.gz \\", "&& tar -zxvf stacks-2.0.tar.gz -C /opt/biotools/bin/ \\", "&& cd /opt/biotools/bin/stacks-2.0/ \\", "&& ./configure \\", "&& make \\", "&& make install"]}
,{ name: "tandem", version: "10-12-01-1", description: "software that can match tandem mass spectra with peptide sequences", documentation: "http://www.thegpm.org/tandem/", install: [] }
......
......@@ -79,7 +79,11 @@ createEnv <- function(result) {
if(!is.null(input$dtbiocontainer_rows_all)) {
result <- paste(result, "\texport PATH=/opt/conda/bin:$PATH", sep = "\n")
result <- paste(result, "\texport PATH=/opt/biotools/bin:$PATH", sep = "\n")
result <- createPathBiocontainer(result)
}
} else {
if(input$rtemplate == "none" || input$fromTemplate == "r-base") {
......@@ -99,6 +103,7 @@ createEnv <- function(result) {
if(!is.null(input$dtbiocontainer_rows_all)) {
result <- paste(result, "RUN export PATH=/opt/conda/bin:$PATH", sep = "\n")
result <- paste(result, "RUN export PATH=/opt/biotools/bin:$PATH", sep = "\n")
result <- createPathBiocontainer(result)
}
}
......@@ -345,6 +350,47 @@ createBioconductorPackage <- function(result) {
return(result)
}
createPathBiocontainer <- function(result) {
print("PATH")
if(input$containerType == "singularity") {
selectBioTool <- input$selectedBiocontainer
for (tool in selectBioTool){
print(tool)
to <- getInstallToolEnvBioContainer(tool, input$containerType)
print(to)
if(is.character(to)) {
result <- paste0(result, "\n\t", to)
}
}
} else {
selectBioTool <- input$selectedBiocontainer
for (tool in selectBioTool){
to <- getInstallToolEnvBioContainer(tool, input$containerType)
if(is.character(to)) {
result <- paste0(result, "\nRUN ", to)
}
}
}
print(result)
return(result)
}
#' Use for create Biocontainer content
createBiocontainer <- function(result, haveR) {
......
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