Seq (OOPSLA 2019 Artifact)
This is the artifact submitted alongside the Seq paper to OOPSLA 2019, which consists of a VM containing an alpha build of Seq, as well as a usage guide.
Seq is a programming language for computational genomics and bioinformatics. With a Python-compatible syntax and a host of domain-specific features and optimizations, Seq makes writing high-performance genomics software as easy as writing Python code, and achieves performance comparable to (and in many cases better than) C/C++.
- XPS: FULL: DSD: Scalable High Performance with Halide and Simit Domain Specific Languages 1533753
- National Science Foundation
- Compressive genomics for large omics data sets: Algorithms applications & tools 1R01GM108348-01
- National Institutes of Health