BIRCHv3.60

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Python3 Compliance

Test for Python3 compliance of applications run by BioLegato, using Fedora31 VM as test platform.

IN-PROGRESS

COMPLETED

BIRCH

NCBI API keys for Eutils

Background; To better regulate traffic from Eutils, Eutils requests are not processed if there are more than 3 requests in any 1 second window from a given IP address. Individual users can get an API key by getting a MyNCBI account. See https://ncbiinsights.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/2017/11/02/new-api-keys-for-the-e-utilities
Why and how should I get an API key to use the E-utilities?

Problem: How do we make it easy for BIRCH users to get an API key, and how do we get BIRCH to use that key?

API keys can be tested at https://api.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

BLAST+

FASTA

Upgraded to v36.3.8h</strike <strike>New wrapper script blfastaout.py,converts tabular output to a form compatible with blnfetch, blpfetch

blnfetch, blpfetch

blreads

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