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Re: python3-scanpy 1.6.0 patched, could you take a look?

On Tue, Mar 23, 2021 at 10:48:45PM +0100, Steffen Möller wrote:
> I looked at a few tutorials and it seems like the Python shell is used
> exclusively, so, I am fine either way.
> scanpy is a bit unfortunate because of sc-analysis abbreviated to scan
> does not actually scan. At least the module name is "scanpy" so it is
> python(3)-scanpy, not python(3)-scan, which would be problematic. So
> funny, right? Sigh. But then again, they have a Genome Biology paper
> with that and for scVelo they are in Nature Biosciences - they improved
> both the naming and with the journal, just kidding, Genome Biology is
> already very nice. I just added scVelo to the excel table :) Maybe
> scVelo degrades scanpy from workflow to a package ... need to think
> about that, but since many scRNAseq packages do not yet offer these
> "arrows in the diagram", it would seem unfair.
> So, Robbi, well done. Please add yourself to the uploaders list. And I
> am more than happy to have you as the active maintainer of scanpy. I
> have just extended the d/u/metadata info - guix also has it as
> python-scanpy, btw.  Andreas, may I ask you to sponsor scanpy, I mean
> python-scanpy?

I'll rename to python-scanpy and will try to help Robbi finalising it.

For the moment there are remaining test suite errors.

Kind regards



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