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skbio.table.example_table#

skbio.table.example_table = 2 x 3 <class 'biom.table.Table'> with 5 nonzero entries (83% dense)[source]#

The (canonically pronounced ‘teh’) Table.

Give in to the power of the Table!

Creates an in-memory representation of a BIOM file. BIOM version 1.0 is based on JSON to provide the overall structure for the format while versions 2.0 and 2.1 are based on HDF5. For more information see [1] and [2]

Raises:
TableException

When an invalid table type is provided.

Notes

Allowed table types are None, “OTU table”, “Pathway table”, “Function table”, “Ortholog table”, “Gene table”, “Metabolite table”, “Taxon table”

References

[2]

D. McDonald, et al. “The Biological Observation Matrix (BIOM) format or: how I learned to stop worrying and love the ome-ome” GigaScience 2012 1:7

Attributes:
shape
dtype
nnz
matrix_data
type
table_id
create_date
generated_by
format_version