Continuing with the theme of my previous question, Equivalent to Rosetta in Julia, I am still trying to understand the Computational Biology tool ecosystem.
Currently, I’m trying to use MDAnalysis, which is a Python package for reading PDB files and performing analysis on the structures contained therein.
I think the equivalent in Julia is BioStructures.jl? I am curious if anyone has used both and what differences they found. I read the BioStructures.jl paper, which does list features, but I’m looking for more personal/anecdotal takes.
I also intend to return to this thread with my own experiences!
To be clear, my continued comparison between Python and Julia is not intended to be adversarial! I love Julia and want to clearly understand what types of work I can use it for and where further development is needed.