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<!-- is generated from README.Rmd. Please edit that file --> <!-- TODO: badges --> <!-- badges: start --> <!-- [![Lifecycle: stable](]( --> <!-- [![BioC status](]( --> <!-- [![BioC dev status](]( --> <!-- [![Codecov test coverage](]( --> <!-- [![Support site activity, last 6 months: tagged questions/avg. answers per question/avg. comments per question/accepted answers, or 0 if no tagged posts.](]( --> <!-- [![GitHub issues](]( --> <!-- [![DOI](]( --> <!-- badges: end --> # tripr <img src="inst/app/www/tripr.png" align="right" width="200" /> T-cell Receptor/Immunoglobulin Profiler (TRIP) [![R-CMD-check-bioc](]( ## Description `tripr` is a [Bioconductor]( package, written in [shiny]( that provides analytics services on antigen receptor (B cell receptor immunoglobulin, BcR IG | T cell receptor, TR) gene sequence data. Every step of the analysis can be performed interactively, thus not requiring any programming skills. It takes as input the output files of the [IMGT/HighV-Quest tool]( Users can select to analyze the data from each of the input samples separately, or the combined data files from all samples and visualize the results accordingly. Functions for an `R` command-line use are also available. ## Installation <!-- When accepted in Bioconductor --> `tripr` is distributed as a [Bioconductor]( package and requires `R` (version "4.2"), which can be installed on any operating system from [CRAN](, and Bioconductor (version "3.15"). To install `tripr` package enter the following commands in your `R` session: ```r if (!requireNamespace("BiocManager", quietly = TRUE)) { install.packages("BiocManager") } BiocManager::install("tripr") ## Check that you have a valid Bioconductor installation BiocManager::valid() ``` ## Launching the app Once `tripr` is successfully installed, it can be loaded as follow: ``` r library(tripr) ``` ## User Guide To view documentation for the version of this package installed in your system, start R and enter: ``` r browseVignettes("tripr") ```