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# tRNAscanImport <img src="" height="200" align="right"> <!-- badges: start --> [![R-CMD-check](]( [![BioC Build](]( [![codecov](]( [![BioC Years](]( <!-- badges: end --> The default tRNAscan-SE ([Lowe et el. 1997](#Literature)) output is formatted text document containing text blocks per tRNA delimited by an empty line. To access the information in a BioC context the conversion to a GRanges object comes to mind. This task is performed by `import.tRNAscanAsGRanges()`, which uses regular expressions to extract the information from the text blocks. The result can be used directly or saved as gff3 file for further use. Refer to the vignette for an example usage case. # Installation The current version of the `tRNAscanImport` package is available from Bioconductor. ```{r} if (!requireNamespace("BiocManager", quietly = TRUE)) install.packages("BiocManager") BiocManager::install("tRNAscanImport") # Load and attach thepackage library("tRNAscanImport") ``` # Literature Depending on the development on tRNAscan-SE this might become redundant, since a gff3 export by tRNAscan-SE might resolve the conversion issue. - Lowe, T.M.; Eddy, S.R.(1997): "tRNAscan-SE: A program for improved detection of transfer RNA genes in genomic sequence". Nucl. Acids Res. 25: 955-964. doi:[10.1093/nar/25.5.955](