Manuscript describing btllib, our common code library for efficient genomic sequence processing, published

We just published on btllib: a C++ library with Python bindings for efficient genomic sequence processing in The Journal of Open Source Software (JOSS). The btllib library is implemented in C++, includes a high-level & easy-to-use Python interface, and is freely available on GitHub. The btllib common code library includes specialized DNA/RNA/protein (amino acid) sequence-processing algorithms with efficiency and scalability in mind for small-to-(very)-large genomes with broad ‘omics applications.