It would be nice if pomegranate could directly load a profile HMM in the HMMER3 format, or if there was at least a clean way to convert a HMMER3-format file to the serialized JSON format supported by pomegranate

I've written a tool that can convert a HMMER3-format profile HMM to the serialized JSON format supported by pomegranate. To do so, I parse the HMMER3-format file and actually build the profile HMM as a pomegranate HiddenMarkovModel and then serialize at the end, so you can probably pull chunks of my code and integrate a HMMER3 loader directly into pomegranate (and cite me of course :-) ). The script can be found here: https://github.com/niemasd/tools/blob/master/hmmer_to_pomegranate.py

When I add this, I'll of course cite you. It might be easier, though, if you submit a PR for a method HiddenMarkovModel.from_hmmer(...) that builds a pomegranate HMM directly from a HMMer file. Then you'd get credit automatically :)

This is among the most sought-after of all early comic books. While values lag behind Batman, Superman and other contemporaries, high-grade copies of this comic book are truly rare.

In forty-five pages of Nazi-bashing glory, Captain America first hit the stands in 1941 for only a dime an issue. Littered in red, white, and blue, the cover was originally designed by Jack Kirby, known for his renderings of Captain America, Fantastic Four, Hulk, Manhunter, Thor, and X-Men, to name a few.

Printed in March, the cover art consists of Captain America cleaning Hitler’s clock with a right jab to the chin. Surrounding our hero, the Nazi’s fire bullets from every direction. Another debut character is Bucky, the Captain’s kid ally. The youngster wears a red and blue getup with gloves and boots, along with a Lone Ranger-style mask. Also in this original issue, the evil Red Skull first appeared to battle the  American heroes.

It would be nice if pomegranate could directly load a profile HMM in the HMMER3 format, or if there was at least a clean way to convert a HMMER3-format file to the serialized JSON format supported by pomegranate

I've written a tool that can convert a HMMER3-format profile HMM to the serialized JSON format supported by pomegranate. To do so, I parse the HMMER3-format file and actually build the profile HMM as a pomegranate HiddenMarkovModel and then serialize at the end, so you can probably pull chunks of my code and integrate a HMMER3 loader directly into pomegranate (and cite me of course :-) ). The script can be found here: https://github.com/niemasd/tools/blob/master/hmmer_to_pomegranate.py

When I add this, I'll of course cite you. It might be easier, though, if you submit a PR for a method HiddenMarkovModel.from_hmmer(...) that builds a pomegranate HMM directly from a HMMer file. Then you'd get credit automatically :)

This is among the most sought-after of all early comic books. While values lag behind Batman, Superman and other contemporaries, high-grade copies of this comic book are truly rare.

In forty-five pages of Nazi-bashing glory, Captain America first hit the stands in 1941 for only a dime an issue. Littered in red, white, and blue, the cover was originally designed by Jack Kirby, known for his renderings of Captain America, Fantastic Four, Hulk, Manhunter, Thor, and X-Men, to name a few.

Printed in March, the cover art consists of Captain America cleaning Hitler’s clock with a right jab to the chin. Surrounding our hero, the Nazi’s fire bullets from every direction. Another debut character is Bucky, the Captain’s kid ally. The youngster wears a red and blue getup with gloves and boots, along with a Lone Ranger-style mask. Also in this original issue, the evil Red Skull first appeared to battle the  American heroes.

Ronald Wade " Ron " Frenz (born February 1, 1960) [1] is an American comics artist known for his work for Marvel Comics . He is well known for his 1980s work on The Amazing Spider-Man and later for his work on Spider-Girl whom he co-created with writer Tom DeFalco . Frenz and DeFalco had earlier co-created the New Warriors in the pages of Thor .

Frenz began working for Marvel Comics in the early 1980s. Frenz's early work includes such titles as Ka-Zar the Savage , Star Wars , [2] The Further Adventures of Indiana Jones , and Marvel Saga . [3] His first credited story for Marvel was published in Ka-Zar the Savage #16 (July 1982). [4]

Frenz has a history of working on comic book series in which the characters were not in their original costumes/identities. Spider-Man wore his black costume, Thor took on a new secret identity and look, and Superman changed costumes and powers while Frenz was the regular artist on their titles. [5]

Of all the stories in the Eternals Saga this is the gem. No matter that it's twice as long as a regular tale, the story flows so well that you're finished with the story before you know it. It can be read on its own but becomes richer when you've read the other stories of the Saga and richer still the more familiar you are with the Marvel Universe.

The Siegfried storyline ends here with Siegfried's death and the grief and suicide of Brunnhilda. It's a triumph for Odin because Siegfried dies with the Ring of the Nibelung in his hand which means it is now the property of Odin.

I've documented Odin's bad behaviour since the start of this Saga and he makes an act of atonement here by a self-inflicted wound and impaling himself on Yggdrasil, the World Tree . Of course, many centuries later in Olympus and Olympia, Odin is back to his old ways as depicted in the start of this Saga . He he he.

It would be nice if pomegranate could directly load a profile HMM in the HMMER3 format, or if there was at least a clean way to convert a HMMER3-format file to the serialized JSON format supported by pomegranate

I've written a tool that can convert a HMMER3-format profile HMM to the serialized JSON format supported by pomegranate. To do so, I parse the HMMER3-format file and actually build the profile HMM as a pomegranate HiddenMarkovModel and then serialize at the end, so you can probably pull chunks of my code and integrate a HMMER3 loader directly into pomegranate (and cite me of course :-) ). The script can be found here: https://github.com/niemasd/tools/blob/master/hmmer_to_pomegranate.py

When I add this, I'll of course cite you. It might be easier, though, if you submit a PR for a method HiddenMarkovModel.from_hmmer(...) that builds a pomegranate HMM directly from a HMMer file. Then you'd get credit automatically :)

It would be nice if pomegranate could directly load a profile HMM in the HMMER3 format, or if there was at least a clean way to convert a HMMER3-format file to the serialized JSON format supported by pomegranate

I've written a tool that can convert a HMMER3-format profile HMM to the serialized JSON format supported by pomegranate. To do so, I parse the HMMER3-format file and actually build the profile HMM as a pomegranate HiddenMarkovModel and then serialize at the end, so you can probably pull chunks of my code and integrate a HMMER3 loader directly into pomegranate (and cite me of course :-) ). The script can be found here: https://github.com/niemasd/tools/blob/master/hmmer_to_pomegranate.py

When I add this, I'll of course cite you. It might be easier, though, if you submit a PR for a method HiddenMarkovModel.from_hmmer(...) that builds a pomegranate HMM directly from a HMMer file. Then you'd get credit automatically :)

This is among the most sought-after of all early comic books. While values lag behind Batman, Superman and other contemporaries, high-grade copies of this comic book are truly rare.

In forty-five pages of Nazi-bashing glory, Captain America first hit the stands in 1941 for only a dime an issue. Littered in red, white, and blue, the cover was originally designed by Jack Kirby, known for his renderings of Captain America, Fantastic Four, Hulk, Manhunter, Thor, and X-Men, to name a few.

Printed in March, the cover art consists of Captain America cleaning Hitler’s clock with a right jab to the chin. Surrounding our hero, the Nazi’s fire bullets from every direction. Another debut character is Bucky, the Captain’s kid ally. The youngster wears a red and blue getup with gloves and boots, along with a Lone Ranger-style mask. Also in this original issue, the evil Red Skull first appeared to battle the  American heroes.

Ronald Wade " Ron " Frenz (born February 1, 1960) [1] is an American comics artist known for his work for Marvel Comics . He is well known for his 1980s work on The Amazing Spider-Man and later for his work on Spider-Girl whom he co-created with writer Tom DeFalco . Frenz and DeFalco had earlier co-created the New Warriors in the pages of Thor .

Frenz began working for Marvel Comics in the early 1980s. Frenz's early work includes such titles as Ka-Zar the Savage , Star Wars , [2] The Further Adventures of Indiana Jones , and Marvel Saga . [3] His first credited story for Marvel was published in Ka-Zar the Savage #16 (July 1982). [4]

Frenz has a history of working on comic book series in which the characters were not in their original costumes/identities. Spider-Man wore his black costume, Thor took on a new secret identity and look, and Superman changed costumes and powers while Frenz was the regular artist on their titles. [5]

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