pySBOL provides Python interfaces and their implementation for Synthetic Biology Open Language (SBOL). The current version of pySBOL implements SBOL Core Specification 2.1.0. The library provides an API to work with SBOL objects, the functionality to read GenBank, FASTA, and SBOL version 1 and 2 documents as XML/RDF files, to write GenBank, FASTA, and SBOL version 1 and 2 documents, and to validate the correctness of SBOL 2 documents. This is a Python binding for C/C++ based libSBOL. Currently, pySBOL supports Python version 2.7 and 3.6 only. pySBOL is made freely available under the Apache 2.0 license.
To install, go to Installation Page.
- The current snapshot of pySBOL is available on GitHub.
- Any problems or feature requests for pySBOL should be reported on the GitHub issue tracker.
- An overview of pySBOL can be found here.
- For further information about the pySBOL library, its implementation, or its usage, please feel free to contact the libSBOL team.
pySBOL is brought to you by Bryan Bartley, Kiri Choi, and SBOL Developers.
Current support for the development of pySBOL is generously provided by the NSF through the Synthetic Biology Open Language Resource collaborative award.