The Seven Bridges Platform is a cloud-based environment for conducting bioinformatic analyses. It is a central hub for teams to store, analyze, and jointly interpret their bioinformatic data. The Platform co-locates analysis pipelines alongside the largest genomic datasets to optimize processing, allocating storage and compute resources on demand.
The The Cancer Genomics Cloud (CGC), powered by Seven Bridges, is also a cloud-based computation environment. It was built as one of three pilot systems funded by the National Cancer Institute to explore the paradigm of colocalizing massive genomics datasets, like The Cancer Genomics Atlas (TCGA), alongside secure and scalable computational resources to analyze them. The CGC makes more than a petabyte of multi-dimensional data available immediately to authorized researchers. You can add your own data to analyze alongside TCGA using predefined analytical workflows or your own tools.
The Cavatica, powered by Seven Bridges, is a data analysis and sharing platform designed to accelerate discovery in a scalable, cloud-based compute environment where data, results, and workflows are shared among the world's research community. Cavatica is built in collaboration with the Children Hospital of Philadelphia and it is focused on pediatric data.
The latest documentation can be found on readthedocs.
The easiest way to install sevenbridges-python is using pip:
$ pip install sevenbridges-python
sevenbridges-python is actively developed on GitHub, where the code is always available.
The easiest way to obtain the source is to clone the public repository :
$ git clone git://github.com/sbg/sevenbridges-python.git
Once you have a copy of the source, you can embed it in your Python package, or install it into your site-packages by invoking: :
$ python setup.py install
If you are interested in reviewing this documentation locally, clone
this repository, position yourself in the docs directory and after
$ make html
In order to run tests clone this repository, position yourself in the
root of the cloned project and after installing
In order to authenticate with the API, you should pass the following items to sevenbridges-python:
(a) Your authentication token (b) The API endpoint you will be interacting with. This is either the endpoint for the Seven Bridges Platform or for the Seven Bridges Cancer Genomics Cloud (CGC) or for CAVATICA.
You can find your authentication token on the respective pages:
The API endpoints for each environment are:
For more information about the API, including details of the available parameters for each API call, you should check the API documentation before using this library:
Once you obtain your authentication token, you can pass it to the Config object. You can instantiate the API object by passing the appropriate configuration. There are three ways you can pass configure the library:
tokenexplicitly when initializing the config object.
$HOME/.sevenbridges/credentialswith defined parameters.
import sevenbridges as sbg api = sbg.Api(url='https://api.sbgenomics.com/v2', token='<TOKEN_HERE>')
import os import sevenbridges as sbg # Usually these would be set in the shell beforehand os.environ['SB_API_ENDPOINT'] = 'https://api.sbgenomics.com/v2' os.environ['SB_AUTH_TOKEN'] = '<TOKEN_HERE>' api = sbg.Api()
import sevenbridges as sbg config = sbg.Config(profile='cgc') api = sbg.Api(config=config)
$HOME/.sevenbridges/credentials file has a simple .ini file
format, for example:
[default] api_endpoint = https://api.sbgenomics.com/v2 auth_token = <TOKEN_HERE> [cgc] api_endpoint = https://cgc-api.sbgenomics.com/v2 auth_token = <TOKEN_HERE> [cavatica] api_endpoint = https://cavatica-api.sbgenomics.com/v2 auth_token = <TOKEN_HERE>
The API object represents the central resource for querying, saving and performing all other actions on your resources. Once you have instantiated the configuration class, pass it to the API class constructor.
import sevenbridges as sbg api_config = sbg.Config() # Or any other choice of initialization method api = sbg.Api(config=api_config)
The following code illustrates the way the library should be used. For more detailed examples consult the documentation, hosted on readthedocs.
import sevenbridges as sbg api_config = sbg.Config() # Or any other choice of initialization method api = sbg.Api(config=api_config) # Get current user user = api.users.me() # Query your projects projects = api.projects.query(limit=100) # Fetch project files project = projects files = project.get_files()
Contributions, bug reports and issues are very welcome.
You can make your own contributions by forking the develop branch of this repository, making your changes, and issuing pull request on the develop branch. Contributors should read the Seven Bridges Notice to Contributors and sign the Seven Bridges Contributor Agreement before submitting a pull request.
Copyright (c) 2020 Seven Bridges Genomics, Inc. All rights reserved.
This project is open-source via the Apache 2.0 License.